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ASUS Transformer Prime update lock screen notifications

Heads up, ASUS Transformer Prime owners. A new update for ASUS's Tegra 3-powered tablet has begun rolling out, and it does indeed bring several new features to the device like ASUS had promised, though it's up to you to decide just how awesome they are. ASUS's U.K. arm confirmed on its Facebook page that the update has been released, and the company also gave a rundown of the goodies that the new software contains. Here's the list of changes named by ASUS U.K.:

  • Check notifications from the lock screen
  • Save websites to preferred browser setting (tablet or desktop)
  • Ability to lock the taskbar
  • Two new display formats for HDMI output
  • Upgrade to Vibe software
  • Updates to Google logos and app interfaces
  • Support for USB to LAN cable for UX series

There's no mention of Face Unlock like we heard about yesterday, but the update still looks like a good one for all of you Transformer Prime folk out there. If you've yet to see the update in your neck of the woods, you can try checking for it manually by going into Settings > About tablet > System updates. Once you finally get it up and running, why not swing by the comments section below and tell us all about how it's working for you? We're good listeners.

Via ASUS United Kingdom Facebook (1), (2), (3)


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