The Transformer Prime news is still quite a buzz around the interwebs even though there are quite a number of buggy issues still going on with the device. For instance, we’ve seen a number of issues on several devices regarding WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth connectivity. However, the newly Tegra 3 empowered monster recently received the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update and for the most part it’s gone smooth. In addition to the Transformer Prime, CES 2012 revealed the addition of a new 700 series being added to the ASUS lineup. If you haven’t caught our CES coverage of the device you can check it out here. The TF700 is actually quite impressive touting a 1920 x 1200 HD display with crisp color and contrast throughout its User Interface. Asus UK has stated that both devices are in line for decent warranty updates as well. The original Prime will be receiving a warranty update from 12 to 18 months for those currently in possession of one. In addition, if you’re not completely happy with the way the GPS performance has been, Asus says they’ll take it back for a full refund with no questions asked.
The 700 series also dubbed the “Prime HD” has a redesigned rear panel that’s said to improve the overall functionality of the WiFi and GPS radios and will go for just around $100 bucks more than the current price of the Prime. No ultimate release date has been provided by Asus but it looks like it’s geared for a Q2 (possibly June) launch or as Asus likes to put it, “coming soon”. As for an official US release date, stay tuned as we dig a little deeper on that for you. For now, check out our hands-on with the 700 series from CES 2012 and get your salivation on.
Tranformer Prime 700 Series Hands-On Video from CES 2012
[via Android Comm.]