Thursday, December 6, 2012

Possible Reasonably-Priced Asus Tablet Spotted At Benchmark Site


With the flood of tablet devices in the market, manufacturers will have to think of ways in making their products appealing to consumers. One of the strategies that manufacturers can use is offering the devices at a reasonable price and it appears that Asus may be taking this route following reports that a possible reasonably-priced Asus tablet may enter the market soon.

Specs of a possible reasonably-priced Asus tablet emerged from GLBenchmark, a benchmark website.

Although the information about the upcoming reasonably-priced Asus tablet is limited, it appears that the upcoming device will feature a 1GHz processor, Mali 400 graphics chip, and will run the latest Android OS, the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 OS.

The upcoming reasonably-priced Asus tablet will also feature a display with a 1024 by 552 screen resolution, basing on the benchmark.

The reasonably-priced Asus tablet, which was given the codename Asus ME172V, does not appear to be similar to the Google Nexus 7, which was also manufactured by the same company. The information from the benchmark site also does not show the number of processors that the reasonably-priced Asus tablet will have.

The recent revelation brings to mind an earlier speculation that Google and Asus are preparing to launch another Nexus tablet that will be priced at around $99. However, the report was later clarified by Digitimes following the revelations that Quanta Computer may be the partner of Google in producing the cheaper model of the Nexus tablet.

For the moment no statements were released by the manufacturer on the reports about the supposed reasonably-priced Asus tablet.

No comments:

Post a Comment