Asus has promised its Transformer tablet will be updated to Android 4.0, aka, before the end of the month.
The Taiwanese company took to its UK Facebook page to keep fans in the loop, saying, "The TF101 [the Transformer] update is still expected in February."
Asus wasn't more specific than that, but as it's the middle of February right now, expect the update within the next couple of weeks.
"As always, when we have a specific date we will let you know," the computer maker added.
The company also made mention of an update for the, which the company says is designed to "fix the reboot issues experienced by users after installing ICS". Asus says its tests indicate the update fixes that glitch.
I found a lot to love when I reviewed the first Transformer -- beyond the pleasing ker-chunk noise it makes when you slot the tablet into its keyboard dock, I was dead impressed by the build quality, battery life and low price. If you're looking for an Android-powered alternative to the iPad, take a long look at this guy.
I'd be more cautious about recommending the Transformer Prime. While Andy had no issues at all, this quad-core follow-up has seen its launch plagued with problems, from reports of to a that prevented Android enthusiasts from customising the tablet. Oh, and the company has been over the name.
Eesh. But on the bright side, Asusto release an 'unlock tool' for the modding community, and while the Prime has also been bothered by Wi-Fi issues, Asus has said are affected by this quirk.
Although Transformer owners will be impatient to try out Ice Cream Sandwich, I reckon Asus deserves praise for keeping fans informed. That's something.
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