32GB Asus Transformer Prime now available at Office Depot
0. phoneArena posted on 30 Dec 2011, 22:54
If you are looking to pick up the first quad-core powered Android tablet in the States, the 32GB model of the Asus Transformer Prime is available from Office Depot; and if you include the special code with your order, the office supply retailer will throw in a digital camera...
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1. KingKurogiii posted on 30 Dec 2011, 23:23 0 0
i had to get my sister a GT10.1 for Christmas because these things were nowhere to be found but it looks like i'll be able to return it within the 15 days. (:
5. metoyou posted on 31 Dec 2011, 09:00 0 0
Damn should i wait for 1080p by Acer? or Samsung in much later time frame hm....
6. imkyle posted on 31 Dec 2011, 12:12 0 0
I received the Prime from Best Buy this week and it is a very nicely built piece of machinery. The quac-core processor makes multitasking smooth and very nice. The browser performance was the same as a dual core processor. When ICS comes out than it will most likely improve and show the tablets true performance. My opinion buy only if you are sure that this will be good enough to handle what the the competition has to offer in the upcoming months. I must say the touch screen seemed a little off.
8. mocha27 posted on 31 Dec 2011, 18:34 0 0
I ordered my TP from Best buy on 12-24 and was given a delivery date of 12-26. Then I get an e-mail from UPS saying it won't arrive until 1-06-12. It left California on 12-27 at 7:03pm. It was checked in on 12-30 at 2:32am at Mesquite , Texas where it still sits. It has taken four days to go from California to Texas. It still has to get to Loiuisiana. This is extremely slow shipping. Best buy needs to find a better shipping company. Sorry for the complaining as I should be thankful it is at least in the mail but I want it and I want it now! It make me sad that it's just sitting there.
9. krysis posted on 01 Jan 2012, 08:17 0 0
you do realize you ordered it during the time of 2 holidays right? delays are expected. they don't work on those days either.