Ars Technica: "Asus has announced plans to unlock the bootloader on its Eee Pad Transformer Prime and bring Android 4 to the device by January 12. After facing customer scrutiny Monday for locking and encrypting the bootloader on the device, Asus announced plans to release an unlocking tool for the tablet/PC hybrid."
Engadget - Hot on the heels of HTC confirming a Jelly Bean upgrade for select handsets, ASUS released a statement (pasted after the break) assuring tablet owners that all of the company's new tablets, at least, will be upgraded to Android 4.1. So far, the outfit is committing to updating the Transformer Prime, along with the Transformer Pads TF300 and TF700.
Engadget - July 16th? Why wait? A full three days prior to the previously scheduled US release date, ASUS' Transformer Prime TF700T is showing as "in stock" right now from Office Depot.
Pocket Gamer: Asus's original Transformer set out its stall as a tablet that could legitimately claim to be for both business and pleasure - as long as you bought the optional (and expensive) keyboard dock, that is.
With the Prime Asus has bundled the keyboard and tablet in one package, but don't think that means the internal specifications have been glossed over in the process.