| Tuesday May 24th 2016

Asus Preparing Second “Transformer” Tablet

ASUS eee-pad TransformerAsus’ dock-able Transformer tablet, which has found success in a market dominated by Apple’s iPad, will spawn a follow-on device in coming months, according to Asus Chairman Jonney Shih.

Since the beginning of the year, Asus has announced four tablets, three running Google’s Android platform and one that uses Microsoft’s Windows software. The Transformer is the most popular one due to its unique design, which fits into a physical keyboard dock, affordable price (around $395) and quality specs, such as a dual-core processor (Nvidia’s Tegra 2) and a high-resolution IPS display. It has been the top-selling tablet on Amazon.com for the past two weeks, edging out Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, Motorola’s Xoom, Apple’s iPad 2, and HP’s TouchPad.


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