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    When we first heard about the GPS reception issues the ASUS Transformer Prime tablet was going through, there was a good deal of concern that they would prove insurmountable, as ASUS seemed to have ignored basic principles of electromagnetic shielding when constructing the tablet; that is, if you seal an antenna in a metal box, it's not going to be effective. Without designing the tablet to ensure the GPS antenna was in a location where it could receive a strong signal, we had our doubts about the Prime's future as a navigation aid. Nevertheless, last week we saw an update arrive for the ...

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    Those of you rocking an Asus Transformer Prime, the world's first nVidia Tegra 3-powered quad-core tablet, will notice an update being available, bumping the build number all the way to 9.4.2.11. There's still no official wording on the refresh but according to reports, it is addressing the GPS issues many users experienced. The new GPS software is 6.9.13 and initial reports testify to better GPS functionalitym both indoors and outdoors. There are also some Camera improvements included so if you are yet to receive the update notification you might as well manually check for its ...

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    Acer showed off the Iconia Tab A700 at CES yesterday, destined to compete with the Asus Transformer Prime. However, Asus didn't come empty-handed as they took the wraps off of the Transformer Prime TF700T, and improved model over the one which just recently went on sale. The new Transformer Prime TF700T brings a new 1080p-capable, 1920 x 1200 Super IPS+ display (instead of 1280 x 800), a two-megapixel front-facer (opposed to the 1.3-megapixel on the older model), and a redesigned back panel in order to improve WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity. The processor is still the 1.3GHz nVidia ...

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