ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T 32GB, Wi-Fi, 10.1in - Amethyst Gray
About this product
|Users can experience mobility and boundless productivity with the ground-breaking Transformer Pad TF700T. The first Full HD Android tablet and the first with the fast NVIDIA Tegra 3 T33 processor (1.6 GHz), the tablet delivers first-rate performance and rich, bright visuals. Productivity is not sacrificed for portability with the optional docking station with QWERTY keyboard that extends battery life up to 14 hours and the tablet's multiple preloaded productivity applications. Scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 2 offers enhanced durability.|
|Product Line||Transformer Pad Infinity|
|Display Size||10.1in (25.65 cm)|
|Exterior Color||Amethyst Gray|
|Processor Speed||1.6 GHz|
|Display and Screen|
|Resolution||1920 x 1200|
|Touch Screen Technology||Multi-Touch|
|Rear Camera Resolution||8 megapixel|
|Front Camera Resolution||2 megapixel|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Expansion Ports||Bluetooth, HDMI, USB 2.0|
|Data Link Protocol||LTE|
|Interface||Camera, Card Reader, HDMI, USB|
|Audio Output||Headphones, Speaker(s)|
|Height||7.12in (18.08 cm)|
|Width||10.35in (26.3 cm)|
|Depth||0.33in (0.85 cm)|
|Weight||1.32lb (0.598 kg)|
|Battery Technology||Lithium polymer|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 9.5 hours|
Most relevant reviews
- damopuffOct 21, 2012by
A powerful device with an excellent screen and brightness.
I have never been interested in ASUS devices. I don't fancy their laptops, nor computer components like the motherboards. However, I chose to purchase the Infinity after comparing it to the Samsung Note 10.1". It boiled down to choosing between two different aspects: the Note has the S-Pen and the Infinity has the higher resolution. Originally I thought the S-Pen was going to be very handy and that I could forgo the unusually common low resolution. I had been using my partner's iPad and once I compared the S-Note in store, to my surprise, I found the resolution did affect my decision - I was after something to read my textbooks on, whole pages at a time with diagrams and so the improved resolution won in the end, leading me to invest in the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity.
This is my first tablet and I didn't expect to start watching video on this device, but the quality is excellent. The screen is very bright in IPS+ mode, although automatic brightness tends to keep the screen at quite a low setting so I often toggle between auto and manual full brightness.
ASUS are prompt with their updates and in fact, it is running Jelly Bean now. This is in contrary to my stock Samsung Galaxy S2, so kudos goes to them for keeping a decent pace so far. I haven't yet been inspired to root the tablet, although I did replace the launcher with Apex Launcher. I have no idea whether the ASUS stock launcher is good or not, but the convenience of having all my existing apps available, along with the familiarity of the launcher predisposed me to installing it right away.
A work colleague has the Transformer Prime, along with all the radio issues that came along with it. I am pleased to say that the Infinity has none of those problems, although it is a shame the Wi-fi is only 2.4Ghz and not dual-band.
One handy feature is the ASUS App Locker. It's not going to stand up against a committed infiltrator but it allows me to turn it on, pass it to someone else without having to worry about them accessing Facebook, e-mail, and the other programs I have configured.
I haven't thoroughly tested battery life - I also tend to charge it nightly and have it configured to disable wireless when in standby and on battery.
The build quality is good, although the aluminium spun design on the back makes me quite precious when I place it down on a less than clean surface or a surface such as a glass table. I feel like it may scrape either the device or the surface so for the most part, I put it on top of a neoprene sleeve or writing pad. The only other concern I have is the front has a little bit of downward give between the glass and edge of the device. This is also apparent on a colleague's Transformer Prime, so it doesn't appear unique to my device.
The proprietary connector and power brick is inconvenient. I had become accustomed to charging and powering my devices from USB whereas the Transformers use the connector. Because of the proprietary nature, I purchased another adaptor for travel as well as providing a spare USB cable in the event one fails or is lost.Read full review
- mangoman232Sep 5, 2012by
Do a little research and get the names correct!!
I apologize ahead of time to everyone who looks at this review; I do not yet have this amazing tablet, but I've used one, and am getting one in three weeks; I just want to set this guy straight-- IT IS NOT CALLED THE ASUS Transformer PRIME TF700T!!! It's the
Asus Transformer Tf 700t Infinity. The Prime is an older model ten-inch tablet that is not as powerful, nor does it have an HD screen, as this one does. I've seen this mistake made more than once on Ebay. These guys have to get their shirts together and know their terms before they publish this junk, and start confusing people. Do some research on Asus.com and check out some videos on youtube.
- bluechipOct 18, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Very good screen image and keyboard layout. Not lap -friendly with dock. Priced fairly. Still figuring out Android OS.
- docpatternDec 7, 2015NEWby
Nice cool tablet.. Lot people buy this model..
It has cool color and display.. Great with YouTube and Netflix ..
32 gb and 1080p
- tracyltMay 12, 2015by
Great product and would buy again
Great picture but speaker is not loud. Good headphones or bluetooth speaker brings out the sound and stereo of this great product.Quick response and very good with games.
takes mico,SD,Flash cards and USB devices if you have the keyboard.