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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 Analysis - The 2 in 1 Gadget with Quad-core Processor

Imam Sulaeman

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Just after launching the 3 in 1 device that is Padfone, this company continues the innovation by launching the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 tablet. This only has come about as 2 device modes namely Android tablet pc and laptop computer. Thus, let us take a look at the following tech specifications overview of Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 to show its dissimilarities with the forerunner and to know the advantages and disadvantages.


When it comes to design, you will recognize that the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 comes with the modern removable display design. Therefore, whenever you wish to apply this device as the tablet computer you'll only need to detach it from the mobile dock which has standard QWERTY keyboard and track pad. Or else, do the opposite approach to apply it as the Android notebook. The tablet has dimensions of 263 x 180.8 x 8.5 mm and weighs 586 gr. As the differentiation, the device is certainly thinner and lighter as compared to the iPad 3.

The display screen measures 10.1" capacitive touchscreen having the high screen resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and 224 dot per inch of pixel density. The display has additionally been supported by Super IPS LCD and also Corning Gorilla Glass 2 Protection. With this display technology, this tablet should provide the excellent brightness and it has less daylight reflection for the outdoor use.

Overall Performance

For the performance increaser, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 comes packed with the quad-core 1.6 Ghz Cortex A9 (Nvidia Tegra 3) combined with 1 GB of RAM. This processor is ok but the RAM may be considered to be inadequate enough specifically for executing the better web browsing as well as performing hefty apps or even multitasking. Towards the operating system, you will be provided the most recent Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) together with the ASUS Waveshare UI. For saving documents, you will have the internal memory space of 32 GB with the micro SD card slot for the storage extension up to 32 or 64 GB. For the power supplier, the standard battery power of Li-Po (25Wh) is bundled which can provide the talk-time up to ten hours.

Camera Spec

The device comes packed with 8 MP camera with 3264x2448 pixels, auto-focus, single-LED flash along with geo-tagging feature. At the front side, there'll be the 2 MP camera for video calls. These specs are fairly the best technical specs that you can get from the quad-core tablet computer especially when compared to the ZTE Optik, Ainol Novo 7 and Pantech Element.

Data Access and Online Connectivity

Because this device will not support for GSM voice communication (GPRS), SMS as well as MMS, then you'll only need to take advantage of the Wi-Fi network to be able to access the World Wide Web or internet. The default internet browser facilitates for HTML5 as well as Flash so that it may deliver the PC-like web browsing experience. For the local connectivity, you're going to be given the latest Bluetooth v4.0 (A2DP) and the microUSB port v2.0.

Cost and Final Thoughts

The cost of Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 is Usd599 (32 GB) or $699 (64 B). The benefits of this device are quad-core processor with Tegra 3, sleek design, great display visibility in outside and decent camera specs. The disadvantages will be the inappropriate RAM, heavy-weight body there's no SIM card support.

Imam Sulaeman is one of the authors at Paseban Portal . Visit the blog to get more information, review, tips and guide about Android tablet at .


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