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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 Series
30 May 2013
Excerpt: Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 Series is a 10.1-inch Android tablet with 1920x1200 pixels display. Like other Transformer tablet, it too will be available with or without a keyboard dock that effectively transforms it into a small laptop. Furthermore, it sports NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 processor, optional 3G/4G (LTE) connectivity (depending on the model), 1GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and a memory card slot.
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Summary: After a week with the Transformer Pad Infinity, I came away with split impressions. I really didn't like how it crashed and locked up on me those few times, nor the slight lag on the UI that I experienced - on the other hand, the screen is hands-down gorgeous, as is the style of the Infinity, as well as the feel.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 review – best Android tablet right now
4 August 2012
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
Review Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Tablet/MID
19 July 2012
Summary: King of the hill. It seems that the top-notch Transformer Pad Prime TF201 was not satisfactory for Asus. The manufacturer has taken the next step with the Full-HD Infinity TF700T, which is primed to take the throne.
Pros: Bright display with stable viewing angles, Very high performance, Great workmanship, Fluid interface, Long battery life, Useful docking keyboard, The list is too long, so let us mention the most important features: the Super IPS panel is a delight, high performance ensures long use of the tablet, great workmanship leaves no reason for complaint.
Cons: Modest camera quality, Average speakers, No 3G module available, Power adapter can get quite hot at load, Better cameras, which are not so important for tablets. A 3G or LTE module should be on-board or at least be optional.
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. After two years of using touchscreens though, I can firmly say that while keyboards are disappearing from phones, there is definitely still a place left for good keyboards in the tablet market. Is the Asus Transformer Infinity one of them?
Pros: Keyboard dock, 13-hour battery life (with dock), Full HD screen, Top-notch hardware specs, Hardware feels premium, Polaris Office works great for docs, Full-size USB and SD slots
Cons: Android 4.0 lacks good tablet apps, Web browsing is slow, limited, Keyboard doesn't want to dock, Want to tip forward when keyboard is attached, Touchpad is hypersensitive, Expensive, starting at $650
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. In addition to offering a great keyboard, the dock serves up a precise touchpad, six hours of additional battery life, and conveniences like a full-size SD slot and USB port.
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. I’m sure that the price will go down and around Fall or winter you’ll buy a very good tablet if you choose the Infinity Pad.