The Asus Transformer Prime, arguably the best existing tablet, has been treated to software updates with camera, GPS and glitch fixes according to the latest report.

Before updating the Asus Transformer Prime to, users will have to back up the data and also have the battery fully charged. It will help to have a strong Wi-Fi connection. The firmware update improves the focus on the camera and touch. For Android apps, Android APK compatibility has been improved and the GPS speed enhanced.

This comes amid reports that Asus' new quad-core tablet appears to have a locked bootloader, much to the developers' displeasure.

Meanwhile, Asus is currently facing a lawsuit that was filed by Hasbro for the Asus Transformer Prime tablet. It appears that production of the Asus Transformer Prime will continue as scheduled. According to Asus, there were no patent infringements made by the Asus Transformer Prime after the company checked Hasbro's claim.

The Asus Transformer Prime has the latest Tegra 3 processor and the Android mobile OS, which can be upgraded to the Ice Cream Sandwich Android. The tablet also features a 10.1-inch display screen and 1GB RAM. In addition, it has 8 megapixel auto-focus rear camera with 1080P video capture and large F2.4 aperature and 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera for video conferencing.