UK’s online retailer Clove has pulled the ASUS Transformer Prime from it’s inventory, telling customers that “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” and “..have therefore taken the decision until further notice to stop selling the Asus Transformer Prime.”
ASUS on the other hand offered this statement to CNET UK:
“We have conducted extensive testing on the Transformer Prime in laboratory conditions and the device is performing as expected in all areas.
“Asus prides itself on the rigorous testing of all products to ensure the highest quality possible. We refute any and all claims from third parties regarding the quality of our products.”
That statement seems to fly in the face of the other statements ASUS has made about the Prime’s Wi-Fi and GPS issues being reported all over. Seeing as they have already announced an updated Prime that seems to be made differently so as to avoid the issues with Wi-Fi and GPS, it remains to be seen how this ends up affecting ASUS and the Prime.