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The buyers who have ordered the Asus Transformer Prime from Amazon, in all probabilities, will not get it before the fag end of January next year. According to the Estimate of the online giant the Tablet will be delivered to the buyers somewhere between 25th January and 8th February 2012.
Though it is not entirely clear but it seems that the delay will only affect the buyers who booked the Asus Transformer Prime in the last few days of the booking.
This delivery fiasco has made one thing pretty clear that Asus has lost a mega opportunity for the Transformer Prime because of all the availability hullabaloo. It is pretty shocking because the company is so acquainted with delivering thousands and thousands of Laptops every year across the globe.
No matter if there is an issue or not the tablet is supreme quality device. And by giving you a glimpse of the tech specs of the Prime we would like to prove the point.
The Asus Transformer Prime runs Android 3.2 Homeycomb and has a NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core processor which is well complimented by a 1GB RAM. The internal memory is of 32/64GB. Then it has an 8MP rear camera with auto flash. The front camera is of 1.2 MP.
In the display section the Asus Transformer Prime has a 10.1inch Led Backlit WXGA screen with Super IPS+ support. It has a 25Wh Li-Polymer Battery which would give the user a work time of 12 hours. it has a dimension of 263×180.8×8.3mm and the weight of the machine is 586g.
All we can say that a beautiful sample of modern day technology has to face an unnecessary drama. You can also read our detailed review of Asus Eee Pad Transformer.