The ASUS Transformer Prime is shipping in some parts of the world now and users have gotten their hands plenty wet with it. Over at AndroidForums.com folks are curious how satisfied you are with it if you did happen to purchase one. 75% of the 20 people who voted in the poll over there seem to be satisfied, with most saying it met or exceeded their expectations. 35% of the 20 people are having issues. That’s a small sample size so why not go over there and help them increase that sample size? We’ll even run our own poll here on Phandroid because we, too, are curious. Select whatever applies to you below and be sure to further comment on it in the comments section!
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