ASUS was not willing to let Samsung to be the only company to announce new tablets that aren’t actually new. At MWC, they announced changes to the Transformer line of tablets beginning with the name. From now on, their tablets will not be known as EEE Pads but instead Transformer Pads. Two additions will be made to the line-up including a new Transformer Pad Infinity Series, which will have a 1920 x 1200 Full HD Super IPS+ display. The 4G LTE model will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4  while the WiFi model will run on a NVIDA Tegra 3. For the lower end, ASUS will be adding the Transformer Pad 300 Series. The only technical difference between the 300 Series and the newly re-named Transformer Pad Prime seems to be the screen quality has been downgraded to a 1200 x 800 IPS+. For anyone keeping score at home, these will be the third and forth iterations of the Transformer Pad Prime since its launch in December of last year. No pricing or availability has been announced.

Press Release Via: Engadget