ANDROID FOURTH ASUS TRANSFORMER TF101 IN MARCH?
ANDROID FOURTH ASUS TRANSFORMER TF101 IN MARCH? - The updated Eee Pad Transformer TF101 to release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will not be available March 1. Asus Italy has not yet confirmed.
If you have a Asus Eee Pad Transformer first generation will have to await the coming month of March to receive the update to Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Was revealed by Asus Singapore through the popular social networking site Facebook. The delay is attributable to the manufacturer’s decision to entrust the optimization of the update to a single development team, currently working with Prime Eee Pad Transformer TF201.
We wish to emphasize that when Italy Asus has not confirmed nor denied this statement. The Italian branch, in fact, has not yet indicated whether there will be some slippage after the established date and originally scheduled for the end of February . If there are any last minute updates and communications, Ice Cream Sandwich Android for Eee Pad Transformer should be released in Italy within a week.
Recall that Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 is based on the Nvidia Tegra processor 2, this tablet uses a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen display and based on IPS technology. The screen operates at a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels. Asus has provided three variations to this model,16GB, 32GB and 64GB, although there is a slot for memory cards. The tablet, which measures 271 x 176 x 12.9 mm and weighs 680 grams, comes originally with the Android OS 3.0 Honeycomb. The configuration provides, among other things, proximity sensor, accelerometer, A-GPS and digital compass. In terms of connective tissue, are present both Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR WiFi 802.11 b / g / n.
In our country, Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101G , the model with integrated 3G modem is available in 16GB (TF101G-1B034A) and 32GB (TF101G-1B047A) at a starting price of 499 euros. In some online store, you can find a few tens of dollars less.
Update: Asus Italy provides the following clarification in this regard on his Facebook page.
“This whole thing started because our HQ has indicated deadline as a generic” february / march “that has always been interpreted as” approximately the end of February “, or the turn of February and March. It’s the same thing you said ASUS Singapore. It does not change one iota what is already stated in the past. That surely will not update these days. could delay until the first week of March and little more. We doubt you go further, given that the indication is always “february / march” and there were counter-HQ. However, given that it is always possible that an update of this magnitude is postponed for a few days if you find any bugs to fix. For example, the update to 22.214.171.124 first had to go over a week ago. And it arrived today. The update to ICS is much bigger and challenging. So our priority is not given much respect to perfection, as to release a stable update. Recall that the update is completely free and then ASUS is working (hard) to support users who have purchased this product. An effort should be rewarded with trust and positive, not critical if there are delays of a few days “