ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 headed for Germany and Austria this month with LTE in tow

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 headed for Germany and Austria this month with LTE in tow
For those who were waiting for the 4G LTE enabled version of the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300, the tablet is expected to be launched in the middle of this month. The first areas to be receiving the tablet are Germany and Austria priced at  €529 without a keyboard dock and €629 with it. That works out to a range of $650 to $750 is good ol' American money, higher than the non 4G LTE model of the tablet. The new model number is TF300TL and a carrier branded variant will be made available for O2 customers. The tablet will be available in the same red, white and blue colors as the original model with the white version sold at O2 only.

ASUS is beginning to gain a reputation as one of the better Android tablet manufacturers and is the company behind the Jelly Bean flavored Google Nexus 7. When we saw the TF300TL at the FCC back in May, it carried support for LTE connectivity in the 700MHz and 1700MHz LTE bands as well as offering HSPA+ in the 850MH and 1900MHz range. The rest of the specs match those of the TF300 including the 10.1 inch screen with resolution of 1280 x 800, the quad-core 1.2GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor under the hood, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of native storage and an 8MP camera. While Android 4.0 will be installed out of the box, an update to Android 4..1 is expected soon.

ASUS has not revealed a time schedule that would show when the tablet will be offered in other countries.

source: Techfokus (translated) via Phandroid


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