The update will be coming to the Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700), as well as the Transformer Pad Prime (TF201), but there is no word yet on when exactly it will begin rolling out. These are not the first devices that ASUS has revealed will be receiving the Jelly Bean update; back in July, ASUS took to Facebook to announced that Android 4.1 would be coming to the Transformer TF101 and the Slider SL1. And, of course, ASUS developed the first Jelly Bean tablet to hit the market, Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, which was released back in July.
Jelly Bean brings a wealth of new features to the Android operating system, the most significant of which include faster/smoother UI functionality (Project Butter), voice searches, Google Now, expanded notifications, and more. For a full list of Jelly Bean features, take a look at our overview of the OS from Google.