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Nexus 7 2013 WiFi Version And Sleeve Now On Sale In South Korea, LTE Version Coming Eventually

Korean readers, there's good news tonight... or more accurately tomorrow afternoon. The new Nexus 7 has gone on sale in the South Korean Google Play Store, or at least the WiFi version has. You can pick up a 16GB tablet for 329,000 won, which works out to just over $300 USD. The 32GB model is going for 369,000 won, about $340. According to this page, the LTE version that just launched in the US is coming soon, though there's no price.

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South Korean readers can also pick up an official sleeve case from manufacturer ASUS, although it's probably best not to.

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The LTE-Equipped 2013 Nexus 7 Is Live In US Play Store With Free Shipping And A Month Of Data, Coming To T-Mobile Stores In October

If you have been waiting on the LTE variant of the new Nexus 7, now is the time to make your move. The 32GB slate has just gone live in Google Play, and it can be yours for $349 with free 3-5 day shipping. In addition, the device will be appearing in T-Mobile stores come October.

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The only difference between this device and the version that launched a few weeks ago is this one has that SIM slot for access to HSPA and LTE networks. The tablet comes with a T-Mobile SIM card, but is unlocked. Buying the device also entitles you to one month of free T-Mobile 4G data at the 2GB tier.

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AT&T Launches ASUS MeMO Pad FHD LTE 10.0: $300 On-Contract, $400 Outright

Good grief AT&T, there's such a thing as restraint, you know? After launching the Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch and taking online orders for the LG G2 and preorders for the Galaxy Note 3 late last night, Ma Bell has one last device up its metaphorical sleeve: the carrier's first ASUS tablet. The ASUS MeMO Pad FHD LTE 10.0 is now available for order from AT&T's online store and through business channels with free shipping thrown in for good measure.

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The 10-inch tablet can be yours for $399.99 outright, or $299.99 with a two-year contract. (Go for the contract-free pricing on this one - most subsidized phones get a discount of $300 or so.) You can also pick one up on the Next device upgrade plan for $20 a month.

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Mskip Releases Nexus 7 2013 Root Toolkit For Easy Unlocking, Rooting, Backups, And More

It's not terribly hard to unlock and root a Nexus device, but mucking around with ADB simply isn't for everyone. If you want a somewhat more automated rooting experience for your 2013 Nexus 7, there's the Root Toolkit from Mskip. It's available now for all your modding needs.

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Mskip is a senior moderator and recognized developer at XDA. He makes it his business to build simple root toolkits for a ton of devices. Now the new Nexus 7 is on that list. Version 1.02 of the toolkit is available for free on XDA and it allows you to unlock, root, backup, restore, push files, install/correct ADB drivers, and more.

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The 2013 LTE Nexus 7 That You Can Barely Find Anywhere Gets Updated To Build Number JLS36C

The LTE version of the new Nexus 7 still isn't that easy to get your hands on, but a new update has rolled out for those of you who happen to own this slightly more expensive version of what is already a solid tablet. Like any new device, the Nexus 7 comes with a handful of bugs. Build number JLS36C doesn't do much, but it changes a bunch of system files, patching both the radio and the recovery.

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You can wait for the OTA to roll out to your device, or you could even start repetitively tapping the update button under system settings, but either way, it might take a while to show up.

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[IFA 2013] ASUS Re-Announces Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T – 2560x1600 10.1-Inch IPS Display, Nvidia Tegra 4, And Android 4.2

ASUS gave us an early look at the Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T back at Computex, but now the device has been announced again in a bit more detail. The TF701T will be the Tegra 4-powered successor to the original Infinity. It bumps all the specs to fit nicely into the top tier of Android slates.

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[IFA 2013] ASUS Re-Reveals The Transformer Book Trio, A Tablet And Keyboard Dock That Runs Both Android And Windows 8

ASUS re-announced at IFA today a slew of new devices, some of which aren't actually new. We first heard about the Transformer Book Trio back in June when ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih introduced just under a dozen products in under an hour. The Transformer Book Trio is billed as a"three-in-one" ultraportable, though there are only two pieces - a tablet and a keyboard dock. If you're familiar with the ASUS Transformer line of products, there is nothing new about this form-factor.

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What is new is the way this device can be used by one person as a laptop or by two people as a separate tablet and desktop PC, due to fact that the keyboard dock isn't useless when the tablet is detached.

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[IFA 2013] ASUS Announces The MeMO Pad 8 And MeMO Pad 10

If you've been following along with ASUS' recent releases, you'll already know what's coming with the MeMO Pad 8 and 10: a couple of budget-friendly tablets sporting screen sizes equivalent to their model names. This duo is brand-spankin'-new and falls right into place in the existing MeMO Pad line.

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The primary difference between the two units is the display size – most other specs are either identical, or very similar. Here's a rundown of what each offers:

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While neither offering has what we'd like to think of as high-end specs, it's worth remembering that has clearly never been the case for the entire MeMO Pad lineup.

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[IFA 2013] ASUS Expands The Fonepad Line With Fonepad 7, Re-Announces The Fonepad Note 6

ASUS is getting into the gigantic phone market in a big way. After their initial offerings in the Fonepad line (that's large, tablet-style phones, not to be confused with the docking Padfone) the company has announced a new model and at IFA in Germany, along with a previously announced but unreleased one. The Fonepad Note 6 (ME560CG) is a conventional "phablet" design, complete with stylus, which we saw back in June. The Fonepad 7 is a new, more downmarket device with lower specs.

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The Fonepad Note 6 is the clear star here, thanks to its stylus-equipped screen with a resolution of 1920x1080.

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2013 Nexus 7 DODOcase Review: Does An Inexpensive Tablet Deserve A Premium Case?

The new Nexus 7 is not an expensive device, but it feels distinctly premium. The build quality has been markedly improved from the 2012 incarnation and the screen is incredible. It might not be a big investment (thanks to Google's aggressive pricing), but it's still an investment to protect. DODOcase makes some of the most attractive cases and sleeves you can get for a tablet, but they come with a big price tag.

Does it make sense to pair an inexpensive Nexus 7 with one of the more pricey cases out there? We've got a Durables Sleeve, DODOcase Solid, and DODOcase Folio to take a look.

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