A tweet from Asus reveals that the manufacturer plans on following through on its promise
to unlock the Asus Transformer Prime
. This would allow owners of the quad-core powered tablet to install custom software on the device. Of course, if you decide to go ahead and customize the Asus Transformer Prime., you are setting yourself up to lose the warranty on the tablet.
Besides giving owners of the Asus Transformer Prime a chance to modify their tablet to their heart's content, the original model is also undergoing some changes next month. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer
is expected to be updated to Android 4.0 in the middle of next month
, as we previously told you.
Busy times indeed for Asus as the entire Android tablet market keeps one sharp eye out for the introduction of the Apple iPad 3, expected to hit the market in March