ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) Android Tablet Review

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ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Android Tablet Review

ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) Android Tablet Review

In the world of Android tablets ASUS lead the way along with Samsung and many would say the Transformer range exceeds the Galaxy Tab units due to the extreme flexibility and features they offer. The official ASUS dock as an example gives the Transformer range class leading battery life due to the second power source and the presence of extra storage slot, USB connectivity and high end design take the range to a different level to the competition.

Recently ASUS recently expanded the Transformer family with the launch of their TF300 designed to fit in between the original model and the Prime. For all it wasn’t the top end device at the time it still offered specifications to rival the best tablets out there but ASUS had other plans for the high end… the Infinity.

With a 1.6GHz Tegra 3 processor inside, aluminium body and 1920×1200 resolution display the Transformer Pad Infinity is ASUS highest specification tablet to date; but is it their best?


Packaging and Bundle

ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity - Box ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity - Protection

The Transformer Pad Infinity arrives in a box which shows a clear image of the product on the front. Once we remove the foam reinforced cardboard lid we find the tablet resting on a shelf, wrapped in plastic just like the dock. Beneath them is a compartment that holds bundled items.

ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity - Bundle

Bundled with the Transformer is the product documentation which is elegantly packaged in its own separate black card wallet and consists of a warranty card and user manual. We also receive a charger, with changeable plug head and when the charger USB cable is removed from the plug attachment it doubles as a data cable allowing the Transformer to be connected to a PC or notebook using the pre-loaded PC Sync software. As a nice touch a cleaning cloth is also included.

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