ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 was the very first device to be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Since its launch, it has been able to gain some attention of the entire tablet computer market.
And even though it has been praised for being the fastest and smoothest Android tablet to date, some users have reported Wi-Fi and GPS related issues.
The company had unveiled an upgraded Prime TF201, which reduced the number of complaints, some TF201 owners were still left to deal with the same issues. But recently, the company issued an official statement and disclosed their plans for the TF201 in the UK.
On ASUS UK, official company blog, the company mentioned that because of the massive number of customers who are "dissatisfied with the performance of the GPS module" in their Prime TF201, UK customers can return the tablet and get full refund or if they decide to stick with their device they can qualify for a 12 to 18 months extended warranty plan, reports Android and Me.
The full refund and extended warranty is definitely good news for UK customers, but it seems customers in US have to wait a little longer for the same good news.