In a new teaser on ASUS’ Facebook page, the company briefly flaunts its upcoming Eee Pad Transformer 2 tablet.
While not much is shown of the tablet, the company makes use of some awe-inspiring music and graphics. Displaying a sleek, silver/grey tablet with a rear-facing camera and a keyboard docking station, to which the tablet can connect to become laptop-esque, ASUS doesn’t mention a price, launch date or any details regarding specs.
Unfortunately, the rumor mill has not been turning out many details on this device. The biggest buzz about this tablet is that it will be the first Android slate to feature NVIDIA’s next generation quad-core chipset, which is said to offer four cores and 1.5GHz speeds. ASUS’s follow up to its original Transformer tablet is said to launch sometime this month, though there has been no official word from the company. If the tablet actually packs the processor, it would lend credence to ASUS chairman, Jonney Shih’s, claim that the Transformer 2 will be “impressive.”