Asus confirms Android 4.0 update for Eee Pad tablet range

Asus has yet more good news for owners its its Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet – all of the company’s Eee Pad Android line will be getting an update to Google’s latest “Ice Cream Sandwich” version of the OS. There’s no timeline in place yet, but it’s in progress.

Eee Transformer owners are the luckiest people in the tech world. Here’s the update from Asus:

Are you waiting for Ice Cream Sandwich? Good news for ASUS customers. Google recently announced the latest update for Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, which brings some exciting new features and capabilities. At ASUS, we pride ourselves on delivering a great experience with our products, thanks to frequent updates that further enhance our products’ capabilities. We’re delighted to confirm support for Ice Cream Sandwich on the ASUS Eee Pad Family – our aim is to bring the latest Android update to the Eee Pad Series, but at this time we are unable to set a date for its release. Please stay tuned for more news on our Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade plans.

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And apparently the Eee Pad Slider is in danger of actually launching in the UK this week, although we’re yet to see any retailers showing it as in stock and ready to go.

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  1. MarkG

     /  October 25, 2011

    Carefully worded statement that says nothing..

    Note the: “our aim”….

    Meaning nothing concrete. They need a WE WILL.

    Reply
    • Peter

       /  October 25, 2011

      I hear the Xoom will have 3.2 by the end of November.

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      • MarkG

         /  October 25, 2011

        And that really is shite, as the Transformer has had 3.2.1 for 6 weeks or more.

        Don’t get me wrong, I really love my Transformer, it’s a fantastic purchase, and I think the liklihood of it getting ICS is very high, but Asus words are carefully picked.

        Clearly the Transformer is CAPABLE of running ICS, but Will Asus do it, when the Transformer2 is just around the corner, rocking ICS as standard?

        Anyone know if Asus signed up to the 18 month support cycle that Google proposed for Android updates? I know all the others did.

        http://www.tomsguide.com/us/Android-Support-Cycle-18-months-Software-Updates,news-11146.html

        Reply
  2. Great news, I was just going to buy an EEE Pad!!!

    Reply
  3. still wondering whether my galaxy tab 7 will get the ICS or not~~

    Reply
  4. Droid

     /  January 4, 2012

    I think I have found the tablet that I will buy. Asus is a great Brand for Tabs.

    Reply
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