Transformer update adds support for HDMI and HDTV
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The latest update for the Eee Pad Transformer tablet from Asus comes with a new feature which is very appreciable as it auto installs and upgrades default apps which were installed on the system, followed by its specialty to get the support for HDTV and HDMI.
Asus has been constantly into the previous bug fixes and all time updates for the tablet even though the new version of the tablet is about to be announced and this proves out that the company is highly helpful to all the users and ensures the well-being of all their tablets.
The second tablet from Asus, named as the “Transformer tablet” has been announced to be successfully running on the latest version of the Android platforms i.e. 4.0, also referred to as the Ice cream Sandwich.
The transformer tablet has been given a 10.1 inch IPS display and a 1 GHz Dual core Tegra SoC processor, accompanied by an android running platform, a 5 mega-pixel rear autofocus camera which holds a video recording of 720 pixels. To catch up with the speed of the Android system, it also has 1GB RAM which is quite effective for the tablet.
For the exterior of the tablet, the transformer tablet has a multi-touch touchpad, a 3.5 mm audio jack, a built-in SD card reader followed by 2 USB ports. The tablet has a full QWERTY keyboard supported by a docking station which mainly runs on the batteries off for the station which is another enhancement for the device and is capable of boosting the stand-by time of the transformer tablet to 16 hours which by default is just 6 hours.