Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Review

Asus Transformer Pad InfinityAsus Transformer Pad TF700 Infinity is one of the Android tablet is claimed as the fastest tablet. As it should, this tablet will be the first tablet Transformer. Asus has listened to the complaints, especially the problem of GPS. For it, tablet Transformer represented more than just an upgrade to the prime. Although support held relatively little of the Android OS, but Asus still manages to perform the upgrade.


[wptabtitle] Presentation[/wptabtitle]


Design of Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

Asus Transformer Pad TF700 Infinity may have a design similar to the previous version. It’s just a different thickness sizes. This device feels solid as wrapped with aluminum unibody design. Along the left and right edges are slightly tapered which gives the tablet is like a wedge.  The back is aluminum but there is no thin line made of plastic. The possibility of this is done to address the problem of the GPS signal. That thought is that by including a GPS radio in plastic instead of metal, possibly a GPS signal will more easily enter and exit the tablet. This is done because his predecessor had difficulty in connecting to the GPS satellites such as aluminum metal.

Some of the ports and buttons also have changed places, such as power and volume buttons are on the top edge. Even the power button is pressed TF700 easier, it only took a moment to suppress it. While micro HDMI, microSD slot and a headphone jack located on the left side. TF700 keyboard dock is compatible with the TF201, but not to dock Asus Transformer Pad TF300. In addition, the TF700 is also equipped with front and rear camera with 2MP resolution and 8MP. The camera is also supported by LED. TF700 will be available in two colors, namely Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold. With the TF700 Amethyst Gray Metallic will look fine with the Asus logo that arises in the middle. While Gold Champagne, will look more festive as desired.

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Features of Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

The second tablet from Asus comes with the operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Android 4.0 is the best version of the Android OS, but the TF700 still lags behind in supporting iOS app. The tablet has a screen measuring 10.1-inch with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The screen also comes with Corning Gorilla glass, which is thinner than the original. The screen is also an increase in its text, web browsing and email so that it looks nicer, but some applications have been optimized for high resolution screen. F700 Infinity has a Super IPS + mode to boost brightness up to 600 nits. These tablets will also provide remote access to a desktop PC or Mac. You can also connect it to the @ Vibe online music and radio services.

This tablet devices provide easy and organized access to every file on the drive or memory unit. You can also take pictures or video interface. Perhaps this is very useful when you are in class or doing a practice. With Backup App, you can back up all the applications which are then stored into the internal memory or microSD. So you do not have to worry any more will lose application data belongs to you. TF700 also comes with Polaris Office applications for free. Polaris Office application to be successful in approaching Microsoft Office. So with the application, chances are you can create Word, PowerPoint and Exel Docs. There is also an App Locker, with this application you can protect and prevent applications from people who want to open your tablet by giving the password on the tablet.

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Performance of Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

The tablet is equipped with Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset Quad-Core with 1GB RAM and DDR3. The maximum speed of the processor from 1.6 GHz up with 1.7 GHz. Actually most people considered good performance that depends on the speed of the tablet CPU or GPU. The tablet is also used Riptide GP as a benchmark of the performance of the game. With Riptide, chances are you can play the game with the caveat scale resolution will be higher. TF700 has the ability to maintain a high frame rate with high resolution graphics as well. On the TF700, the film with the size of 720p-1080p can run smoothly. While the look of the TF700 still has a wide viewing angle. TF700 default web browser, seem slower when compared to the iPad. When trying to open a chrome browser also does not look fast, but still feels comfortable to continue. When testing the speedtest application downloads an average of 19Mbps. The speakers also produce sound quality and loud. As for battery power, Asus claims can last up to 8.5 hours. I hope this Asus Transformer Pad Infinity review will be useful before you decide to buy it.

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[wptabtitle] Specifications[/wptabtitle]


ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity
Product Codes TF700T
GSM Bands N/A
3G/4G Bands N/A
Display 10.1-inch Super IPS+ LCD at 1920 x 1200
224 ppi pixel density
Corning Gorilla Glass
Processor NVIDIA Tegra 3
1.6 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU
Graphics “Kal-El” ULP GeForce GPU
Storage 32/64 GB internal user storage
microSD slot
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 3.0
DLNA/Wi-Fi Direct/Wi-Fi Hotspot
Camera 8 MP rear camera with LED flash
2 MP front camera
1080p/30 video recording (rear), 720p/30 recording (front)
Ports 3.5mm audio jack
microSD card slot (exposed)
Dock connector (USB, power)
SD card slot (on dock)
USB port (on dock)
Battery Li-Po 25 Wh mAh non-removable
Launch OS Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich”
Waveshare UI
Launch Date July 2012
Size & Weight 263 x 180.8 x 8.5 mm
589 g
Price US$599 for 64 GB model
AU$999 for 64 GB model with keyboard dock


[wptabtitle] Pro&Cons[/wptabtitle]




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


  • Still too many performance issues
  • App ecosystem lags iOS
  • Dock is heavy, keyboard cramped



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ASUS TF700T-B1-GR 10.1-Inch Tablet (Gray)