ASUS Aimed to be the Top Leader in Non-Apple Tablets

Even before the success of the new iPad, Apple has been the undisputed best tablet in terms of sales. Amongst the group of non-Apple tablets, however, the top spot isn’t quite clear.

Asus wants to change this as the company’s new goal is to snag the title for the number one Android tablet, beating devices from Samsung, LG, HTC, Acer, and Motorola. Predictably, Asus will intend to achieve this by means of their Transformer tablets. There are also rumors that Asus is producing the Nexus Tablet for Google.

With this goal, the company does have a strong chance with the Transformer tablet, which essentially is able to shift between notebook and tablet easily through a docking system. The design of the Transformer tablet is patented, which means that other companies would be well cautious not to copy the design.

Notwithstanding this, however, Lenovo is selling a similar device which has a docking keyboard called the IdeaPad S2. Still, Asus has a strong lineup of Transformer tablets with good specifications. The most recent one is the Transformer Prime Infinity, which comes with a quad-core processor, a 10-inch full HD display (1920 x 1080) and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Whether Asus will succeed or not in the long run, of course, remains to be known.

via unwiredview

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Written by: Björn A.