Asus introduced a video that proved to tease a future tablet from their Transformer family, and it might just be the Transformer Pad TF300TL which went through the paces at the FCC more than a week ago, although others might say that this could be the Asus Nexus tablet powered by Jelly Bean which will be announced at the future Google I/O event. Just a quick fact about the Transformer tablets – these are able to dock into a QWERTY keyboard, and the video did invite the viewer to participate in Asus’ travels as they announce “the truly incredible next transformations”. As for their latest video, it seemed primed for a Computex release, showing off droplets of water that eventually split into two, with a Windows Phone logo forming inside one of them while the other holds an Android logo. Does this mean a dual booting tablet from Asus is in the cards? It would be interesting to see what kind of hardware specifications such a tablet will carry underneath the hood in order to run both Windows Phone and Android apps – definitely 256MB RAM is not enough!
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