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Monday, 31 October 2011 19:31

Asus reveals details regarding its EeePad lineup

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Transformer Prime on November 9th, Win 8 tablets in Q3 2012


Thanks to Asus' official Q3 financial presentation the rumoured November 9th launch date for the Transformer Prime tablet has been confirmed. The presentation also revealed Asus' plans to release two new tablets in Q1 2012 as well as its plans to release two Win 8 based tablets in Q3 2012.

In addition to Q3 financial and regional sales results, Asus also mentioned two new Android tablets that are scheduled for Q1 2012. Unfortunately, no details were given regarding these two new mistery tablets but some sources are already whispering that these could be the second generation of the EeePad Slider and the already previewed Asus PadFone.

The financial report also revealed Asus plans to have two new tablet devices based on the Windows 8 platform in Q3 2012.

You can check out more details over at Notebookitalia.it.

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Last modified on Monday, 31 October 2011 23:46
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0 #1 fteoath64 2011-11-06 04:26
Wow, Win8 tablets by Q3-2012!. That is a very long long way off. By then, the Android tablet market will have very powerful cpu&gpu with nice price points and compelling Cloud services that Win8 tablets will NEVER be competitive in both price, performance and battery life.

With Tegra3, Krait and other A9, A15 variants of cpus, the Android market will certainly secure a complete dominance of the tablet market. Even Apple will understand this as in next next quarter, then will hurt badly by Kindle FIRE and subsequent iterations of it.
 

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