Asus might have plans to unveil a Tegra 4 based Transformer Pad at IFA this year

Alex Bezeau September 2, 2013 0

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It seems that Asus is gearing up for the IFA even this year as the company has special plans of their own. Rumors indicate that Asus will unveil a new Transformer Pad that will be powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 processor.
Asus has already started talking about their upcoming smart device. The company has posted a number of photos on its Facebook page and has promised to ‘transform your mobility’ very soon. You can see a number of images that give us a glimpse at the new tablet that will be unveiled at IFA this year.
The company seems to be giving us hints, but at the same time is asking questions that we are supposed to ask. “We transform your mobility! Yes, a new generation is coming, but of which product?” is what the company posted, and of course added some images to make it interesting.

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Recent rumors say that Asus is planning to revamp one of its current Android based tablet series, but this time the tablets will feature a much better and powerful processor. And there is no better option than the Nvidia Tegra 4 chipset that should be enough to deliver the power that has been promised. We have no other information about this particular device, so we are just going to have to wait for Asus to make the official announcement.
On Sunday, Asus once again posted a new message on its Facebook page that read ‘get ready for the evolution of an iconic notebook design.’ So this clearly indicates that the company is planning to unveil a new notebook (most probably a next-gen ultrabook) along with the Tegra 4 based Transformer Pad.
Things have started getting interesting, and the good part is that we are just days away from the IFA event. So this time, we hope that curiosity does not kill the cat, and we suggest you wait for the official event to commence. We will be covering the event for you, so be sure to check back later.

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