Transformer Prime plagued by Wi-Fi problems
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The Asus Transformer Prime which is being expected to be in the market up against the new Samsung Galaxy 10.1 has a major problem related to the quality of Wi-Fi connection.
According to Asus the range of the Wi-Fi on the metal-shelled tablet didn’t meet their standards and was being improved before shipments started.
Moving the dates for the Transformer Prime to 2012 may even dash Asus’ hopes of making near term gains in tablets as was reported by Electronista. Some source even said that the Taiwanese company has shipped around 350,000 Prime in the USA, which makes it one of the most popular tablet other that iPad.
With this the timing, it might already get closer to the Android 4.0 upgrade that Asus has promised for its users.
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