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Asus has a few new tablets on the way, and at least some models are expected to bear the ZenPad name (which makes sense, since the company already offers Zenfone smartphones and Zenbook laptops).

A few more details about the upcoming tablets have been uncovered in the past few days… which also makes sense, since there’s a good chance Asus will officially reveal its new hardware at the Computex trade show in early June.


Here’s a roundup of tech news from around the web, which makes sense because that’s what I usually write as a prelude to a Lilbit article.


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3 replies on “Lilbits (5-26-2015): Asus ZenPad tablets coming soon”

  1. Anyone else bothered by the way that the front of the tablet has the logo aligned for portrait orientation but the back has it aligned for landscape?

  2. Beware of Asus, I have a 7 inch tablet with Android on intel/ baytrail soc and while it has been an OK tablet it is still on kit kat 4.4 with no update in sight as far as I know. I don’t like the way Asus is treating it’s current customers….

  3. Have to say I just ordered some stuff from Walmart for home delivery and the shipping was super fast with good automated e-mail communication about the state of affairs. They even split the order with the two parts coming from different warehouses – one via Fedex and one via UPS. Both at my house within about 3 days of order and that was with the free shipping option.
    Part of that was a laser printer toner unit which they also had very good pricing on comparatively.
    Not bad at all.

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