WiFi and GPS issues on Asus Transformer Prime tablet
UK’s online retailer Clove is reported to have taken off the Asus Tranformer Prime hybrid tablets from its online sale after it received countless complaints from customers.
Clove stated that it have to pull the device from its website since it found reliability problem with the device’s Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity.
Though Clove do have some supply problems but claimed in its blog, “However we have been able to obtain some stock sooner than expected; but because of complaints of faults with the model we took the decision to thoroughly test stock before fulfilling any orders.”
“We are at this time not satisfied that all units we could provide you with are working correctly, and performing to the standard we expect of the unit. We have therefore taken the decision until further notice stop selling the Asus Transformer Prime.”
Clove’s digital media coordinator, Chris Ward stated, “reasonable stock allocation but not enough to fill its orders. We did some random testing on the stock and yes the main factors taken into consideration were WiFi and GPS.”
Asus denied any issues with its Transformer Prime tablets but proceeded to remove the GPS from Transformer Prime’s spec sheet. It has refused to give more information about the issue. Asus did release a firmware update last month but it was for a graphic fix.
Ward further informed, “We will monitor the situation and may make it available again in the future, depending on availability and the resolution of the technical issues discussed so far.”
If you happen to own the device and experience such problem, a video below explains how to fix the problem. Links to other websites which claim to have solve the issues is also stated below.
(Video credits: MobileTechReview)
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