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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Asus Transformer Prime finally without 3G?

          Asus Transformer  Prime is one of the most powerful tablet with Android, has a great interest. According to some people, if this device one of the most serious weakness is the lack of support for 3G. Asus once again spoke on this model.

            The vast majority of manufacturers launched the its new Tablet  offers users the opportunity to purchase only version of WiFi, which is a kind of limited possibilities. The solution is to provide an Internet connection with the smartphone, but for a more intensive use of the internet fairly quickly discharge the battery in this phone.

             In the context of Transformer Prime, since the market launch of this device, most often they were asked two questions - when there is an update to Android 4.0 and that will be available WiFi + 3G version. Some time ago I started to appear in the information that could indicate the emergence of any such distributions version.

                Asus officially announced that for the moment the schedule is not foreseen for the disposal of  Transformer Prime 3G. It means that for those who can not imagine such a device without the use of 3G, will have to wait for the competing tablets - such as Acer A700 Iconie Tab.
             Taiwanese manufacturer of its position argues that the demand for this type of version is too small to think about creating and introducing her to many markets. In this way, Asus confirms its reluctance to models with 3G modem - for the first generation Transformer users had to wait several months until the manufacturer has complied with their requests and expectations.

          Reasons for this, and not another decision Asus, can be traced primarily to a significant impediment to prepare a software update. Manufacturer of bearing on offer in the tablet version of WiFi and WiFi + 3G needs more time to create and test a new release Android - so far Asus was the company that quickly seemed more versions of Google.

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