Asus Eee Pad Transformer Infinity TF700 / TF700KL
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Infinity TF700 features a 10.1" WUXGA Full HD LED Backlit screen with 10-finger multi-touch and SonicMaster audio technology. The TF700 packs an NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-core processor with Android 4.0 (ICS). It also sports a rear 8MP camera w/LED Flash and a front 2MP for video conferencing, a Micro-D HDMI port and a Micro SD card slot.
Incredibly bright and sharp screen.
Thin and light aluminum body.
Blazing fast quad-core Tegra 3 processor.
Tegra chip keeps performance snappy, despite high-resolution screen.
Compatible with Transformer Prime's keyboard dock.
Ice Cream Sandwich is a joy compared to previous versions of Android.
Dearth of apps that take advantage of the screen.
Proprietary dock/charge connector.
Dock required to gain USB port.
Full-size SD-card slot
The mobile dock is expensive at $150, and its trackpad isnít great.
Poor speaker design.
Android still doesnít have enough tablet-optimized apps.
By itproportal.com on October 17, 2012
Sleek, beautiful, great-to-use and powerful, the Asus Transformer Infinity goes toe-to-toe with the iPad 3 as the finest tablet of the moment. The iPad has the edge on graphics performance and quality software, but the Asus has connectivity and...90
By 3G UK on October 16, 2012
Despite the fact that the Transformer Pad Infinity looks virtually identical to its predecessor, it proves itself a worthy upgrade because of the sharp Full HD display. Plus that more powerful quad-core chip is a boon to media fans and gamers, while...90
By Good Gear Guide on August 29, 2012
An excellent, high resolution screen, a stylish design that's well constructed and great battery life make the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity one of the best Android tablets on the market. However, the lack of 3G or 4G connectivity is a downside and...85
By T3 Magazine on August 01, 2012
Having already delivered five-star worthy tablets in the shape of the Asus Transformer Prime and more recently the Google Nexus 7 , the Asus Transformer Infinity is the newest member of the slate family brandishing a full HD display and the familiar...80
By MobileTechReview on July 27, 2012
Yes! Finally a high end Asus Android tablet that we can love. My two weeks with the Asus Transformer Infinity TF700 have been truly enjoyable. The HD Super IPS + display is simply beautiful and the tablet is very fast. It's been stable as well with...80
By InsideHW on July 11, 2012
Just over half a year since the presentation of the phenomenal Prime, ASUS has prepared a successor in the Transformer family, namely Infinity. And while its predecessor was all about balancing and cost-cutting, the new one is much more Epicurean in...-
By TechReviewSource on June 28, 2012
The New Apple iPad ($499, 4.5 stars) started the resolution race, and it looks like Asus is the first to market with an Android contender—the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 ($499/32GB, $599/64GB). We first heard about this tablet back at...-
By Computer Shopper on June 25, 2012
With the best screen we've seen outside an iPad, plus cutting-edge Nvidia internals and solid build quality, the Infinity is the best Android tablet we've tested. You'll definitely appreciate it if you see it with your own eyes....90
By Ubergizmo on June 25, 2012
Excellent) 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...-
By Wired on June 25, 2012
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...80