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Asus Eee Pad Transformer 2 Possible in Bid for First NVIDIA Kal-El Quad-Core Tablet

Asus Eee Pad Transformer 2 Possible in Bid for First NVIDIA Kal-El Quad-Core Tablet

A supposed collection of "multiple" sources have confirmed that the very first NVIDIA Kal-El quad-core processor toting tablet will be a next-generation Asus device, very possibly called the Asus Eee Pad Transformer 2. The Kal-El chipset is an object of some discussion of late on when the quad-core chipset would be released, be it Q3 of 2011, Q4, or beyond. What we're to understand today is that the SoC will be at least a month out from now and that it'll be coming into play on the Asus Transformer 2.

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Asus launches official Eee Slider Android tablet page

Asus launches official Eee Slider Android tablet page

Asus has some of the cooler Android tablets on the market today and it still has one of the coolest yet to hit store shelves called the Eee Pad Slider. The Slider is a very interesting tablet that has a keyboard tucked away under the screen so you can type on the go without needing to take a keyboard with you. The Slider is expected to land in the US and other places in September. Not too long ago the tablet crossed the FCC to get the approvals it needed to come to market.

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet packing 3G gets official pricing in Italy

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet packing 3G gets official pricing in Italy

If you are a fan of the Android OS and have been looking for a tablet, one of the coolest out there is the Asus Eee Pad Transformer. I know a bunch of folks are waiting to grab one until a version with 3G is here. The launch of that 3G Transformer will be coming in August according to Asus but so far, we don’t know what the tablet will cost or the exact date it will land. We still don’t have an exact launch date, but the pricing has been revealed for the tablet in Italy.

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ASUS docking tablet/phone combo and 3D slate tipped for Computex

ASUS docking tablet/phone combo and 3D slate tipped for Computex

ASUS continues its pre-Computex teaser campaign, with signs of what could be two new and reasonably different tablets. As well as the new super-skinny Eee PC, there's the promise of "a tablet that jumps out at you" and the cryptic "pad or phone." The former may well be an indication of a 3D tablet, while the latter suggests a hybrid device with a phone that docks into a larger screen section.

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ASUS quad-core Tegra 3 tablet incoming

ASUS quad-core Tegra 3 tablet incoming

Asus already has some cool tablets on the market today. The Eee Pad Transformer is one of the coolest tablets on the market with a design that allows the tablet to be docked with a keyboard that also has an internal battery to allow the thing to be used like a notebook. The Transformer only launched recently and so far, there are shortages of the tablet making them scarce. We posted up our review of the Transformer yesterday.

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Asus can only build 10K Eee Pad Transformer tablets per month

Asus can only build 10K Eee Pad Transformer tablets per month

The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet launched late last month with tight supplies. Most of the tablets sold out quickly in the US at the various retailers who sold the Transformer leaving many shoppers empty handed and wondering why Asus didn’t just make more. The launch prioritized Europe over the US, but the supply wasn’t what Asus wanted to have in Europe either. A source has told Netbooknews why the tablet is in such short supply.

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ASUS CEO: 3D quadcore tablet in 2011, maybe Windows Phone in 2012

ASUS CEO: 3D quadcore tablet in 2011, maybe Windows Phone in 2012

ASUS has confirmed plans to launch a 3D tablet running a quadcore processor sometime in 2011, though the slate will not have 3D cameras like the LG G-Slate. Speaking to hi-tech.mail.ru, ASUS CEO Jerry Shen said that quadcore chips - presumably NVIDIA's Kal-El - will be essential for smooth video playback at Full HD resolution or higher. The company is aiming to be the second largest player in tablets by 2012, with a 5 to 8 percent market share.

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