The tablet market has seen a relatively marked decline in recent times, in terms of numbers but also in terms of public interest. Even ASUS seems to agree with this consideration, to the point of leaving this sector. The tablet division of the Taiwanese company was represented by the Zenpad range, which in recent times has not seen any particular software and hardware renewals. According to Taiwanese website ePrice, ASUS would inform the producers that it will no longer update the latest Zenpads and will not produce new models. It seems simple to endorse the choice of ASUS, in a sector where now only Apple and Samsung are trying to propose valid solutions and with Huawei that tries a little timidly to emerge. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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