So how does ASUS take one of the best Android tablets on the market and make it even better? Like always they innovate and think ahead, just like they’ve executed brilliantly and proven once again with the new ASUS Prime also known as the Transformer 2 tablet. A release date will be revealed on November 9th.
Not long after David Smith, the BlackBerry PlayBook Senior VP at RIM, announced in a blog entry earlier today that the PlayBook OS 2.0 will in fact be further delayed at least until February of 2012 stock prices plummeted another 6% for the already struggling company. Setbacks like these are becoming a little too common for RIM as of late and a lot of investors are not the least bit happy.
Today an in-depth tablet PC study and infographic regarding the revolution of tablet computers has been released which contains some very interesting facts and statistics. For instance, did you know that 11% of all adults in the U.S. now own a tablet PC? This number is quite astonishing to say the least, especially considering the fact that the first tablet, the Apple iPad, only hit the market 18 months ago.
Yes I know, we all need to hear more speculations about the future of HP and webOS just as much as we need another cheap Chinese tablet PC knockoff. While the TouchPad is enjoying all the spoils of a wasted life there may still be hope for a bright future for Palm and webOS after all and that future might just lie in the hands of online retail giant Amazon.