ASUS is no stranger to the mobile scene. They’ve had unique transformable tablets, phone-tablet duos, and even just your run-of-the-mill smartphones. Earlier in the year at CES, ASUS announced it’s newest flaghip the ZenFone 2, and after a few months, it is now ready to show its face here in the states.
According to a respected source of ours, Best Buy retailers have begun receiving the Nexus Player and are now selling them both in-store and online.
You’ll notice the online site has yet to be updated to reflect the new inventory but reports reveal the price of the Player to be the same $99.99 we’re used to seeing in the Play Store. As an added bonus (or waste of money) Best Buy is also giving customer’s a chance to purchase Best Buy’s Geek Squad warranty in case anything should go wrong.
“Better late than never” they always say. If you’ve been holding off on ordering an official dock for your Nexus 7 in hopes it would eventually show up on the Play store, then today is your lucky day. If you head over to the Play store, you’ll find the dock is in stock and ready to be shipped — “soon.”
If you’re sad about missing out on the wacky ASUS conference in where they unveiled a duo of misspelled devices, then turn that frown upside down, because ASUS has posted the highlights for all to enjoy.
You’ll want to grab some popcorn for this one folks.
Today at Mobile World Congress, ASUS took the stage to show off its future wares. While you never can tell what ASUS is going to show up with, we at least knew a new Padfone model would make an appearance. As expected, ASUS announced the all new Padfone Infinity.
While you search for what’s new and improved in Android 4.2.2, why not take a quick look at the official Nexus 7 specs listed on Google Play. What’s that? You don’t understand? Well, it appears Google has upped the battery life of the Nexus 7 from 8 hours of active use to 10 hours. This change comes in conjunction with the Android 4.2.2 update.