Although the official Android ICS update has become available for Asus Transformer Prime, some users simply want CyanogenMod 9 (CM9), instead of the official version. Once the official update was released, Asus provided a complete package by providing users with not just an upgrade, but also releasing the bootloader unlocking tool for the tablet. This soon resulted in third-party developers to develop a CM9 ROM for Transformer Prime.
The ICS madness has reached its peak, as more and more Android devices are being upgraded to the latest Android ICS operating system. In a previous post I showed you how to How To Root Asus Transformer Prime With SparkyRoot App. This time I have a guide that will allow you to install the Android Ice Cream Sandwich based AOKP or Android Open Kang Project RC1 ROM on your Asus Continue Reading →
Who would have thought that the biggest iPad competitor will be coming from a company like Asus. The Asus Transformer Prime is undoubtedly a viable iPad alternative. Not only does the Transformer Prime run the spectacular NVIDIA quad-core processor, but is also the first quad core tablet to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. While most think that Amazon’s Kindle Fire is giving iPad a raw deal, little do they Continue Reading →
If you have been wondering why Apple named its new tablet as The New iPad instead of iPad 3, then you need to hold this device in your hands. The New iPad is much like Windows 8, it is iPad Reimagined. In the wake of rising competition from Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Asus Transformer Prime, Apple seems to have completely redesigned their iPad tablet. No wonder they named it something Continue Reading →