Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 will be the best among all tablets. Many have already started calling it an iPad killer
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T is still dangling as an enticing carrot before drooling customers but it has not yet been dropped in their eager hands. The release date is purported to be anytime now, and the enthusiastic reviews are not helping the eager watcher one iota!
Since June the world has been waiting for the release date which seems to be shifting incessantly. Now mid July has just passed and the wondrous tablet may be available at any moment.
The tablet has received positive reviews so far. It looks good with the keyboard and sleek without it too.
The tablet is a better version of the previous TF300 and even promises to do away with the painful signal strength. It boasts a 10.1-inch display with an impressive 1920-by-1200 pixel density.
Thought Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is alsready out, the tablet will come out powered by Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 OS. Here’s hoping asus will be wuick to roll out the Jelly Bean update.
Promising better connectivity, the tablet comes with optional 3G/4G mobile broadband connectivity.
The tablet has earned the tag of being a multimedia powerhouse with its powerful quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 chip or another option of a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip for models with 3G/4G LTE connectivity. Gamers and multimedia buffs can have good time with TF700!
The price of the tablet is towards the high end at $499.
Another god point about the tablet is that it has a wide 178 degree viewing angle. This makes the tablet very easy on the eyes from various positions and angles. The scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 2 technology makes the display tough as well as thin.
The tablet comes equipped with an impressive 8-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. There is also a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
Without the keyboard dock the tablet promises 10 hours of battery life, which can be lengthened to 16 hours with the optional keyboard docked in.
Weighing a light 586 grams, it tips the scale just at 1.1 kilograms when the dock is connected.
In terms of memory the tablet offers 64GB of storage with a micro-SD card reader and a USB port. This being a good multimedia interface, there is also facility to hook it up to a big-screen TV through a high-definition HDMI port.
The irksome delays in its shipping date have been blamed by Qualcomm on supply issues plaguing the S4 chips on the 28-nanometer manufacturing process, which had so far been delaying the launch of a 3G/4G version of the tablet.