Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 / TF700KL / TF700T

  • Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 / TF700KL / TF700T
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Based on 75 scores, 159 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    41
  • Good:
    29
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Fantastic display.
  • Android 4.1 upgrade brings cool features.
  • Excellent industrial design.

Cons:

  • Still too many performance issues.
  • App ecosystem lags iOS.

Expert reviews and ratings

By whattabletpc.com on

Hey everybody, it's Dave Altavilla for Hot Hardware here with the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 10-inch Android tablet.This is the follow on to the premium Asus Transformer Prime 10-inch Android slate and it has a number of upgrades. Here you see it...

By TechRadar AU on 80

For those looking at a dual-purpose device, something that can be used on the morning commute to watch movies and play games with an easy switch to the creation of a word processing document for work, there is little that the Transformer Pad can do...

By Good Gear Guide on

ASUS' 2013 Transformer Pad Infinity is a top of the line Android tablet with a 10.1in 2560x1600 IPS screen. It's an upgrade to last year's model with the same name and also has the ability to output 4K content via a HDMI...

By Good Gear Guide on

ASUS' flagship Android tablet — the Eee Pad Transformer Prime — only launched in Australia in January but it's soon going to be superseded by a new and improved model. The ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity will launch in Australia in early July , boasting an...

By Recombu on

Asus has been busy behind the scenes readying the next wave of devices for the limelight and just the other day the company's Chairman – Jonney Shih unveiled a number of new computing solutions for both home and mobile use. For mobile users, the...

By Bit-tech.net on

This resolution marks a significant upgrade over the, still impressive, Full HD panel of last year's Transformer Infinity and takes the 11.6in range into so called Retina territory where pixels are simply too small to be visible. Like the new Asus...

By rigviews.com.au on 80

Yet to make a bash around mid-July in the US, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700, featuring faster-clocked processor (1.6 GHz) and improved resolution (1,920-by-1,200), sensitivity and camera (8-megapixel), within a sleeker framework (0.33 inch)...

By Reseller News on

In April last year, we tested the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 – a 10.1-inch Android tablet that docks with an included keyboard to form something akin to a netbook. We rated the Transformer highly, at 4.5 stars. So we were excited to receive...

By makeuseof.com on

The $599 64GB ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) is a high-powered, lightweight tablet with a detachable keyboard you'll actually enjoy typing on. Not everyone thinks the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity is the best tablet on the market, but I can't...

By uk.hardware.info on

It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you want to buy a...

By Whathifi.com on 80

It takes a lot to divert attention from the shiny iPads, but the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity manages it easily.Its design, build and feel are all top notch – good and solid. The brushed aluminium finish on the back looks great and gives the unit an...

By APC Magazine on 80

While we were hoping for an absolute flood of Android tablets in 2012, what we've seen instead is a steady trickle, and while some have been competent, most are pretty average. Perhaps the most interesting trend has been the decisive split between...

By IT Pro Portal on 90

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...

By 3G UK on 90

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...

By The Verge on 76

The Transformer Pad Infinity always promised to be a great way to watch movies, but does Jelly Bean turn it into a truly killer tablet, worth the price premium over the Nexus 7 and ready to compete with the iPad? Let's find...

By TweakTown on 90

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...

By GadgetReview on 90

In the range of 10” tablets, the iPad reigns supreme. At just 9.7”, it is the unstoppable force that no company has managed to put a serious dent into for over two years. And while companies like Samsung have tried, their products have failed by...

By reviewed.com on

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By V3.co.uk on

As the most powerful Android tablet yet, the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity enters a tablet market that has been dominated by Apple's new iPad since its release almost six months ago. Will the Infinity's features, including a bigger IPS+ display,...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 70

The next model in the Asus Transformer series features modest updates to what was one of the best Android tablets when it was released, bringing a better screen and faster chip to an already excellent design. What is essentially the fourth Asus...