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Asus Tf300tl: With Android 4.1, The Tablet Top Ten
Asus has bereis proved in the past that new versions of the Android operating system for tablets will be delivered quickly. So now the brand new Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF300TL: While we consider the new tablet with fast LTE mobile standard in the lab through its paces, the manufacturer does the update from Android version 4.0 to 4.1. We have tested the tablet with each of the two versions in detail. The recycling process is simple and 70 percent of the Asus a32-f5 battery’s weight is reusable lead.
The device, which TF300TL with 10.1-inch display (1,280 x 800 pixels). By a Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz The RAM is 1 GB in size, the data storage measures 32 GB, but it can be expanded via SDHC memory cards. As a result, over 50 percent of the lead supply comes from recycled asus x51 battery .
The tablet connects via wireless-n, but also via LTE to the Internet - the successor of UMTS mobile radio standard. Also part of the TF300TL is the docking port for charging your tablet and connect the docking station. Where you will find not only a keyboard but also micro HDMI and USB 2.0 port. In addition, the tablet with the infected expansion station thanks to an additional battery. Other asus k52 battery types are not being returned as readily as lead acid,.
The update from version 4.0 to 4.1 is very simple: After the tablet starts automatically on the home screen whether you want to install the update. This will take, depending on your Internet speed, up to 20 minutes and runs completely independently. In the test it all went smoothly. The main objective for recycling asus f5vl battery is to prevent hazardous materials from entering landfills.
Immediately after the update was on the slight improvement in overall performance: Scrolling between home screens is smooth and each program will now start a tick faster than the already fast Android 4.0 anyway. In terms of video formats also a slight improvement can be seen: So the tablet plays in its current version from inherently more video formats. Lead acid and nickel-cadmium batteries are of special concern, and although Li-ion is less harmful, the aim is to include all Asus al31-1005 batteries in the recycling programs.
No big changes we measured in terms of battery life: While the tablet in video mode by holding about 4 minutes longer, you need when surfing the Internet just under 2 minutes ore to the outlet.
Google Android 4.1 improved with many small details that accelerated the already-performance Android 4.0 again. Only 20 to 40 percent of cellular phone and consumer Asus al31-1005 are currently recycled.
This is also reflected in the overall standings of our Tablets again: this is the Asus Eee Pad Transformer with Android 4.0 TF300TL placed at number 11 - with the latest Google OS, it secures the 7th Place in our rankings. While with the battery life were no major changes, especially benefits the overall performance of the update. We therefore advise you as soon as possible to switch to the new version. Important: Before you upgrade, you should back up any important data. (Mro)