U.K. retailer Clove stops selling Asus Transformer Prime because of issues with quality
While Clove would not say exactly what customers have been complaining about, Asus denies that there is a problem at all. In a statement, the company said, "We refute any and all claims from third-parties regarding the quality of our products." Clove said it would send email to its customers if the situation changes, and visitors to its website can register to receive notifications about the device. Past complaints about the Asus Transformer Prime dealt with the tablet's weak GPS receiver, which was fixed with a software update, and problems with Wi-Fi connectivity on the tablet.
1. remyrz posted on 02 Feb 2012, 21:24 1 0
" inventory of the Transformer rime" ... it should be Prime! :)...
and well.. hope they get there tablets good to go soon.. I WANT ONE T__T
2. Hello-dirt posted on 02 Feb 2012, 21:34 0 0
The irony of you not using the correct form of a word in your post causes me to giggle.
My guess is that all these people are realizing that even the powerful transformer is just a glorified MP3 player/web browser. These tablets, Apple, Android, and especially WebOS, are not designed to be computer replacements, yet. Have to say there is a problem to be able to return it; therefore, they did.
3. sorcio46 posted on 03 Feb 2012, 06:48 0 0
And in Italy i have preordered it the 25th of Jenuary at Amazon.it ... right now i haven't a date of shipment yet ... In my country this device is very very rare