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Asus Fixes Transformer Prime by Making Transformer Prime Look Idiotic

Asus' super-powerful silver bullet Android tablet had one big problem: its GPS sucked. So Asus, instead of issuing replacement hardware that didn't suck, is handing out fat, ugly dongle attachments around the world. Oh, and they block the tablet's dock connector, too. Sweet! Read More >>

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The Court Transcript For the Hasbro vs. Asus Transformer Prime Case Is Hilarious

Last year it was announced that Hasbro was going to sue Asus over the branding of the Transformer Prime; apparently, people all over the planet were confusing a tablet with shape-shifting robots. Now the case has been settled — Hasbro lost — but the court ruling is quite hilarious. Read More >>

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UK Retailer Revolt Gives Asus a Transformer Prime-Shaped Headache (Updated)

Looks like Asus is in for more trouble over the much-heralded but issue plagued Transformer Prime, as at least one retailer has pulled the device from sale over hardware fault complaints from customers. Read More >>

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It Wouldn't Be CES Without Some a-Wee-Bit Better Tablets. O Hai Asus!

We recently reviewed—and rather liked—the Asus Transformer Prime. It was the best Android tablet out there. Oh, until Asus dropped its new higher-end Transformer Prime, complete with a 1080p screen and improved back panel. Joy! Read More >>

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Asus Transformer Prime Review: The Android Tablet You've Been Waiting For

I suppose it's not a little ironic that what is easily the best Android tablet of the last year does not look a little bit like an iPad, but a lot like an iPad, and is being sued for trademark infringement—though not by Apple. If you want to be generous, you could say that Asus's Transformer Prime stands on the shoulders of giants. With spiked boots. Read More >>

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Asus Transformer Prime to Get Ice Cream Sandwich Update on UK Launch

According to the official Asus social media feeds, the Transformer Prime is going to get an update to Android 4.0 starting on the 12th of January, the same day the quad-core tablet is due to land in the UK. Read More >>

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Locked Transformer Prime Bootloader Brings Out the Pitchforks

Asus has been the target of criticism from some angry power users who are worried they won't be able to customize the brand new Transformer Prime as much as they want to. And rightly so! Read More >>

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Asus Prices Eee Transformer Prime at £499, Including Dock - Pre-Orders Allegedly Live

According to Asus, its Eee Pad Transformer Prime should be available to pre-order from today, with the company bundling a keyboard dock in with the new tablet and asking for £499 to get your name on the list. Read More >>

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Ice Cream Sandwich Demoed on a Tegra 3-Powered Asus Transformer Prime

Want to know how a quad-core Tegra 3 ARM chip handles the latest iteration of Android? Check out this video from Nvidia showing off an Asus Transformer Prime running Ice Cream Sandwich, just two days after Google released the source code. Read More >>

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Asus Tranformer Prime Smart Cover Has More Folds Than an Origami Crane

When it's finally available, Asus' Eee Pad Transformer Prime will be inevitably compared and reviewed against the iPad. And one feature that will certainly help its cause is this Smart Cover that takes a more intricate folding approach to Apple's original design. Read More >>

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The First Hands On of the Monster Asus Transformer Prime Tablet—From Brazil

News of the insane powerhouse Asus Transformer Prime quad-core tablet only broke a few days ago, but Henry Martin from ZTOP in Brazil already got a hands on with the little supercomputer. Read More >>

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Meet the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, the World's First Supercomputer Tablet

When Apple's Power Mac G4 came out it was classified as a super computer. It had dual-processors! What would the people of the past have made of this tablet computer, which is the first to have a quad-core processor? Read More >>

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