Asus is the only OEM to have gained any traction in the tablet market except for Apple. The company’s Transformer line of tablets provide phenomenal battery life, and can act as a worth laptop replacement for quite a lot of people.
The company is also known for its robust software update, and is known to release regular updates for its tablets. In a pretty surprising move, Asus has started rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for one of its Transformer tablets, the TF300.
Surprising because no other company has managed to roll out an Android OS update within a month of the OS code going public. The Nexus 7 packs in the same SoC as the Transformer Pad 300, but even then Asus has done an excellent job here and has set the benchmark for other Android OEMs to follow. The OTA update is only available in North America at the moment, but should be slowly available to Pad 300 owners across the world.
Considering the similarilty between the other Transformer tablets, the Jelly Bean update for them should not be far away.