Reviews and Problems with Asus Transformer Pad Infinity
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2 December 2012
Summary: Nov 9 2012 - The Transformer Pad Infinity had the advantage of correcting some of the problems that plagued the previous Prime while also being one of the highest resolution Android tablets on the market.
Excerpt: In every tablet review I've written in the last couple of months, I've said the same thing over and over: "it's good, but the Nexus 7 is only $199 and Android 4.1 is a huge leap improvement over Ice Cream Sandwich, so you really should just buy a Nexus 7."
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity — a better benchmark
14 August 2012
Excerpt: The Asus Transformer range has been the benchmark ‘tablet to beat’ in the Android space since the first Transformer launched about two years ago. When the Prime launched, it put the iPad to shame in sheer speed and design.
Summary: ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) is a 10.1 inch hybrid device runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS and powered by Quad-core 1.6GHz processor. ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (WIFI model) 32GB is available for just $499.99 and the dock is for $134.99 in US, in India the Wi-Fi model is available...
Excerpt: Android tablets launched prior to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean’s arrival were plenty powerful already. Yet the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Wi-Fi , with its 1.5GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, still manages to top the market’s best offerings, both in terms of form and function.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity vs Prime head to head
27 August 2012
Excerpt: Design and build To a casual observer the Prime and Infinity must look very similar indeed, both featuring dockable keyboard attachments, a brushed metal finish and almost identical 10.1in displays.
Conclusion: The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 is an excellent piece of kit. The tablet itself is superb, possessing both excellent build and display quality with great brightness and clarity thanks to its IPS+ technology.
Pros: Great performance, excellent quality touchscreen display, smooth and responsive operation.
Cons: Comes only in metallic purple and beige colour options, heavy when docked in the keyboard., Touchscreen appears greasy screen after just minutes of use.
Summary: The Transformer range is back to take on the iPad
Pros: Full HD resolution, Excellent battery life, MicroSD connectivity, Keyboard dock, The USP of the Transformer range has always been the attachable keyboard dock, and this continues to be a big reason for taking the plunge with this tablet. The keyboard is comfortable to use and boosts both battery ...
Cons: Tinny speakers, Chassis doesn't stay cool, Camera options could be improved, Pricey, Using the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity is still very much a solitary pursuit. There isn't a USB connection available without clipping on the keyboard dock (only microUSB), and the speakers aren't quite good enou...