Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF700
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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 review – best Android tablet right now
15 July 2014
Summary: If you're an Android user and are looking for the best available tablet on the market, budget aside, the Asus Transformer Infinity Pad TF700 is your best pick. As long as you're completely aware of what Android can and cannot offer for you on a tablet.
Pros: good looking and solid built; slim and light; Full HD IPS screen; fast hardware platform; good performances; good battery life; can be paired with a matching docking station
Cons: Android still has its issues, especially on tablets; no USB port on the tablet; there's only one speaker and it's not impressive
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700 Wi-Fi) Review: At The Crossroads Of Pixels And Power
25 June 2013
Summary: One of the things I've noticed about Asus with the TF101 -> TF201 -> TF700? They're really good at fixing (most of) the things and not screwing with the stuff that's already good. Unfortunately, they've neglected two pretty annoying things: the trackpad and the speaker.
Excerpt: Tablets are great, but they’re not good for everything. Ever since I got ahold of the first Android and iPad tablets, it sometimes feels like work to lug out the big laptop for something I could simply do with a handheld touchscreen.
ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity 700 Review – Best Android Tablet I’ve Tested, Period! (Video)
25 June 2012
Conclusion: And now for the verdict, this tablet gets a 9.5 out of 10 for its metallic, elegant design, a 9 for very good hardware and a 9 for UI and OS. It’s a total of 9.16 out of 10 for the best Android tablet I’ve tested this year.
Conclusion: We could spend more time pointing out the tablet's minor minuses, like the fact that you don't get a USB port of any kind unless you buy the keyboard dock, or the proprietary cable that's needed for charging (via the dock port).
Pros: Best-looking screen we've seen in a tablet (barring 2012 iPad), Tegra chip keeps performance snappy, despite high-resolution screen, Compatible with Transformer Prime's keyboard dock
Cons: Proprietary dock/charge connector, Dock required to gain USB port, full-size SD-card slot
Summary: It's no secret we love Asus' Transformer approach to tablet hybrids. Potential balancing issues aside, the keyboard dock is a great complement to a device that would be truly less capable without a real keyboard attached.
Excerpt: Asus is making some of the best Android tablets on the market. In fact, the Taiwanese company currently offers three 10.1-inch-screen tablets within its premium Transformer line. The best of the bunch is Asus’ latest , the new flagship Transformer Pad Infinity TF700, which becomes available on July...
Pros: Lots of speed and brawn. Beautiful display is one of the best on a tablet. Ice Cream Sandwich is a joy compared to previous versions of Android. Lightweight. Built with top-notch materials — feels durable, not cheap. Mobile dock adds a comfortable keyboard and a significant battery life boost.
Cons: The mobile dock is expensive at 0, and its trackpad isn’t great. Poor speaker design. Android still doesn’t have enough tablet-optimized apps.
Summary: The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity is one of the best high-end tablet on the market. Compared to the dominant iOS tablets, it offers more “bang for the buck” with the storage extension options (with MicroSD on the Pad + SD slot on the dock) and the brilliant keyboard dock integration that also...