Users facing GPS issues will now get an additional USB GPS dongle that is expected to put an end to GPS issues.
However, when the software upgrades did not rectify the problems with GPS reception, the company decided to provide external GPS extension kits. Asus has now also opened registration to users who have been facing issues with their Transformer device.
To register for the GPS dongle, Asus Transformer Prime users need to have an Asus VIP membership. This membership can be taken by any Asus product user by entering the serial number of the device while registering. You can register as a new user by visiting the following link.
After login, you need to register your Asus Transformer product. Upon successful registration you will be directed to the GPS kit page where you are required to confirm the device's serial number and the address at which you want to receive the GPS dongle.
The company, however, is not offering any kind of warranty changes or extension for the dongle. It has stated that the warranty on the tablet will stay as it earlier was.
The world's first smartphone with 4 GB RAM is now in India, which will sure to give a headache to Mi 4 as well as OnePlus One.
Asus Zenfone 2 is expected to run on Android Lollipop and have a powerful 2.3 GHz Intel Atom Z3580 processor along with a 4 GB RAM.
With 4 GB RAM and Intel's quad core processor, it is said to be seven times faster than its predecessor.
Various variants of Zenfone 2 has already been reported which is now said to be launched in India in the second quarter of this year.
Asus is also reportedly planning 3G variants of its newly announced Zenfone 2 for countries like India.
The Asus Fonepad (FE375CL) also has plenty of storage and a powerful 64-bit processor.
The Asus Zenfone 5 offers Intel Atom processor, 2 GB RAM, and 64 GB micro SD card slot.
Asus has formally announced the Padfone Mini 4.3 with 4.3-inch display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system.
The new Nexus tablet comes with a Full HD Display along with a Jelly Bean 4.3.
Many deal sites also reported that the 16 GB Nexus 7 (2012) has been discounted by Amazon to Rs 9,999 but the deal is not available at the time of writing.