- June 6, 2014 /
- by Karolina Mosiadz /
- Asus, LG, LG G3, MeMO Pad, New releases, Transformer Pad /
This spring brought a number of exciting product launches. Just over a week ago, LG came out with G3, replacing last year’s G2 as the newest flagship phone. Not surprisingly, it immediately became known as the company’s best phone up to date. It’s already available in Korea, with the European release set for this June.
What’s new? With stunning 5.5-inch Quad HD (QHD) display, G3 is not only bigger but offers a much higher resolution. Refreshed Optimus UI boasts flat design, new icons and an overall streamlined feel. One of the interesting new features include Smart Notice, aimed to make your life easier. Once set up, it can for instance automatically turn on Wi-Fi when you arrive at home or at the office. Thanks to Tuxera solutions those looking to expand internal storage with more music, photos, videos or other files can easily boost the memory with a microSD card up to 128GB.
This year’s Computex show did not disappoint either. Among many others, Asus dazzled the audience with more than one product announcement. On top of refreshed MeMO Pad lineups, the company unveiled new Transformer Pad tablets both running on the latest 64-bit Intel Atom Z3745 quad-core processor. With high-end specs, Transformer Pads are ideal for high-quality video streaming, online gaming and handling large files. Sleek MeMO Pads are fast and powerful, best for smooth web surfing and downloading apps in a blink of an eye.
Tuxera file systems improve the overall usability, ensuring the best performance and compatibility together with a high product power efficiency.