ASUS to Settle Class Action Lawsuit, Paying $17 and Free Dongle to Owners of Transformer Prime Tablets

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This past Sunday, ASUS posted to their official North American Facebook page that the company has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit, resulting in the payout of $17 and a free GPS extension kit to every U.S. buyer of a Transformer Prime TF201 tablet. Previously, ASUS was handing out free dongles to affected customers, but for some folks out there, that must not have been enough and they decided to take legal action. 

To file a claim, go ahead and follow the site link that is posted in their release and claim your $17 plus free dongle.


Asus has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit concerning your Asus Eee Pad
TF201 Transformer Prime tablet. If you own or owned a TF201, you may be entitled to $17 and a free GPS extension kit. This Notice is approved by a Federal Court, and is not a solicitation.

Please visit or call 1-877-211-8361 for more information.

You are eligible to participate in the settlement if you are a United States resident who bought a TF201, and experienced lost or reduced GPS functionality or weak/intermittent WiFi performance. To claim a cash payment and a Dongle, you must submit a Claim Form on the website, by email or by regular mail by
May 31, 2013. If you do not submit a timely claim, your rights will not be affected.

The Court has not yet approved the settlement. It will have a hearing to decide whether to do so. If you choose to, you may object to this settlement by
June 20, 2013 and ask the Court not to approve the proposed settlement. Please remember that if you choose not to participate in the settlement, your rights will not be affected. Please visit the website or call the toll-free number for more information.

Via: ASUS Facebook



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