The update, which will bring support for HDMI and HDTV, is not available in India right now.
Notably, Asus is all set to release a new version of the tablet, named Transformer Tablet and with this update, the company has shown that it is committed to keep bug fixes and updates right on track for its tablets. Notably, Asus had earlier promised to release the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Eee Pad Transformer.
Asus had in July this year launched the Eee Pad Transformer in India for Rs 32,999 (16 GB version). The 10.1-inch IPS display bearing tablet comes with a 1 GHz dual-core Tegra 2 SoC processor, 1 GB of RAM, Android 3.2 operating system and a 5 MP rear autofocus camera capable of 720p HD video recording.
Notably, the tablet comes with a docking station featuring a full Qwerty keyboard, a multi-touch touchpad, two USB ports, a 3.5 mm audio jack, and a built-in SD card reader. A key highlight of the docking station is its own batteries which act as a booster, enhancing the stand-by time of the whole unit from just 6 hours to 16 hours.
This update will earlier only be available in the US, the UK, Taiwan and Germany. There is no information till now about its availability in India.
The Asus ZenFone 3 Laser and ZenFone 3 Max are the successor of ZenFone 2 Laser and ZenFone Max smartphones.
The ZenPad 3S 10 has the MediaTek MT8176 SoC and Android Marshmallow OS.
These Asus phones were first unveiled at the Computex event in Taipei in May this year.
As per reports, the smartphone could be renamed as Zenfone 3 Max or Laser.
Recently, Asus rolled out the Marshmallow update for the ZenFone 2 Laser and ZenFone Max smartphones.
The phones were unveiled last month at the Computex event.
The ZenPad Z8 has the Snapdragon 650 SoC and Android Marshmallow OS.
This Dual SIM smartphone runs on Android Marshmallow and also houses a fingerprint scanner.
Asus had earlier rolled out the Android Marshmallow update for Asus Zenfone Max.
Asus ZenFone Max smartphone was launched in India in January this year for Rs 9,999.