About Asus Transformer Prime

Tablet developers continually search for the Holy Grail on mobile device interaction. While the search may be never-ending, a recent innovation has produced a groundbreaking tablet that possesses the first quad-core microprocessor. Initially released in 2011, the Asus Transformer Prime comes with 10.1-inch IPS+ multi-touch screen and a Nvidia Tegra 3 system-on-a-chip. The Asus Transformer Prime first ran on the Android 3.2 Honeycomb operating system, before manufacturers changed to Google's Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update. Manufacturers offer the complete QWERTY docking keyboard feature, trackpad, and one USB 2.0 port. An additional battery supplies enough power for the tablet to run up to 18 hours. A protective sleeve prevents damage to the tablet when it is not in use. User reviews have praised the graphics performance of the Asus Transformer Prime tablet. Conversely, industry experts note that file transfer speeds are one of the slowest on any type of tablet tested. Users who want to install a customer ROM may discover a locked and encrypted bootloader. Some manufacturers have already unlocked the bootloader to allow for user access. There have been changes to the materials used to construct the Asus Transformer Prime. The spun aluminium back panel blocks GPS signals and weak contacting Pogo pin connectors exacerbate the weak GPS signals. Manufacturers addressed all of the early problems associated with the Asus Transformer Prime with the introduction in 2012 of the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity. The newest model includes a 1.6-GHz CPU and an upgraded screen that projects images via 1920x1200-pixel resolution. The new back panel design has dramatically improved GPS performance.

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