ASUS has been very prompt with its updates and fixes till now and it continues to stay on track with Android 3.2 too. ASUS’ Twitter account lets out that they are testing Android 3.2 on ASUS Eee Pad Transformer and hope to have it released soon. Of course, “soon” is a very loose term but we have hopes from ASUS.
Meanwhile, all is not right with the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. The tablet has seen record breaking sales, much beyond ASUS’ predictions, owing to its specs and great price. It’s got Honeycomb (Android 3.1), a 10.1inch LED WXGA(1280×800) touchscreen, 1GB RAM, NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor, unlimited cloud storage, 16GB/32GB internal storage, USB ports, etc., and the oh-so-great keyboard dock that adds 2 USB ports, 4-in-1 card reader, and a battery with 7 hours backup to the Transformer. But the same keyboard dock is also creating troubles for the company, not for the first time either.
ASUS admits the problem on its Facebook page while extending apologies to users who have encountered issues with their Transformer keyboard dock (power drain and charging). The problem lies in how ASUS has configured the device’s power management in/out of sleep mode. ASUS will be announcing a solution soon.
Toshiba Thrive customers must have got a nice surprise to see the LogMeIn Ignition for Android app preinstalled on their tablets. Even better, the service is offered as a free 45-day trial after which you can purchase it for a discounted $25. LogMeIn is a remote access app through which you can access and remotely control PCs and Macs directly from an Android tablet/smartphone, even accessing computer files, programs, and applications from virtually anywhere with a 3G or WiFi connection. It is consistently one of the highest rated and top paid productivity apps on Android Market.
Good things for Android tabs all around, huh?
[via engadget, androidcentral]