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Asus TF701T
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Asus TF701T

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Overall 9

ASUS Transformer TF701T review

25 July 2014
  • Summary: Ageing well, this is still the most versatile Android all-rounder you can buy
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Overall 8
Performance 7
Sound 8
Battery performance 9
Display 9
Weight 9
Noise 10
Gaming performance 8
Connectivity 7
Keyboard 10
Temperature 9
Camera 7

Review Asus Transformer Pad TF701T Tablet

6 May 2014
  • Summary: All-inclusive. Asus continuously refreshes its Transformer Pad series. The new Transformer Pad TF701T is a high-resolution 10-inch tablet that is supposed to compete with notebooks.
  • Pros: Battery Runtime, Application performance, Gaming performance, Bright and high-contrast display, High viewing angle stability, Ports, Build quality, Keyboard dock, The high application performance, the good IPS display and the keyboard dock.
  • Cons: Mediocre cameras, No LTE or UMTS available, A micro USB port at the tablet itself.
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Expert Review

14 March 2014
  • Summary: The first ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) was launched in 2012 and since then, ASUS was actually very quiet when it came to their productivity-focused Android convertibles, until November last year that is, as that was when ASUS launched the successor to the TF700T, the TF701T.
  • Pros: Sharp high-res display, Powerful Tegra 4 processor, Impressive audio, Solid build quality
  • Cons: Occasional lag, Reflective screen, Pricey, 5-megapixel rear camera
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ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T Review

22 February 2014
  • Summary: To conclude the TF701T is ASUS’ best Transformer Pad yet. It’s got a good set of specs partnered with a good build and design. In addition to being a full-blown tablet, it is also a very capable productivity partner thanks to its long battery life and keyboard dock.
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Asus Transformer Pad TF701T

10 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Previous generations of Asus Transformer tablets felt like beta versions of a brilliant concept – the Prime’s connectivity issues and the Infinity’s slightly underpowered Tegra 3 processor left them struggling to realise the potential of the tabbook form factor.
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Overall 7

Asus Transformer Pad TF701T Review

LAPTOP Magazine
4 December 2013
  • Excerpt: Bigger tablets are gradually making better use of their extra real estate, both in terms of sheer resolution and software. ASUS' Transformer Pad TF701T ($429) -- a refresh of last year's Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 -- boasts a very sharp 2560 x 1600-pixel display and Nvidia's speedy Tegra 4 chip.
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Overall 6

Asus Transformer Pad TF701T

25 November 2013
  • Excerpt: Jon goes back to school to see which tablet rules supreme, but can the keyboard-toting, Android-powered Asus Transformer Pad make it to the top of the class? Hit play in the video above to find out!
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Asus Transformer Pad TF701T Review: Premium Specs, Premium Price, Budget Battery Life

Android Police
22 November 2013
  • Summary: The Transformer TF701T has a very premium feel in the hands. It's largely metal, seems sturdy, and the weight is evenly distributed. However, it's a little on the heavy side at 1.3 lbs, and the metal back does get uncomfortably warm during prolonged gaming.
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Overall 8

Asus Transformer Pad TF701T Review: In Depth

18 November 2013
  • Excerpt: The Asus Transformer legacy is rich, giving us the first Android tablet worth owning, refining the experience in the Transformer Prime and opening it up to the masses with the TF300. Now Asus is back, bringing Ultra HD resolution and Tegra 4 power to the folding form factor with the TF701T.
  • Pros: Crisp, bright display, Fantastic keyboard, Multiple expandability options
  • Cons: Inferior design to predecessor, Screen loves finger prints, Disappointing camera
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ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T review

GSM Arena
31 October 2013
  • Conclusion: The Transformer Pads are a rare breed but that's hardly a surprise given it's almost exclusively tablets that make a name for ASUS as an Android manufacturer. The Nexus line obviously, the Transformers, the Memo pads and the PadFone Infinity.
  • Pros: 10.1" LED-backlit IGZO Super IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, 16M colors, 300ppi pixel density, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box, 1.9 GHz quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU, 72-core ULP GeForce GPU, 2GB of RAM, Nvidia Tegra 4 T40X chipset, Docking station with ...
  • Cons: No 3G, LTE, Mobile dock feels a bit flimsy, Bigger and heavier than its rivals, Proprietary 32-pin connector, Disappointing audio quality
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