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The ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 is the first tablet outside of the Nexus stable (aka, Google stable) to receive the Android 4.2 update. This latest update has been specifically designed for tablets and the honour of holding the baton and leading the way for all other tablets on the market.

ASUS Android 4.2

The features of Android 4.2 that stand out are the increased stability, enhanced performance and the fact that you can now set up multiple account logins. The Transformer TF300 isn’t the high-end pad in the Transformer range, but it offers a wide range of useful entry-level features for users that make it a huge win. In fact, in the press release that was launched by ASUS announcing the update to Android 4.2, ASUS said that it is one of their most successful ASUS tablets to date.

The ASUS Transformer TF300 has the complete tablet experience wrapped in a neat, cost-effective package and it is the ideal starting point for the upgrade that will soon spread across the globe and other devices. The ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity, ASUS MeMo Pad Smart 10, and ASUS MeMo Pad will all be getting the same upgrade over in the second quarter of 2013.

The ASUS tablet is the first to receive the Android 4.2 upgrade and is starting out in the US with other regions to follow shortly. Stay tuned and keep an eye on your lovely Transformer TF300 to see if you are next in line to receive the lovely upgrade.

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