ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T 64GB Review
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T 64GB is one of the best in the market when it comes to first-class Android devices such as the tablets. It is one of the frontrunners and is probably in a close fight with the Apple iPad tablet.
The fantastic catch about the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T is the fact that it is not only a tablet but it also transforms into a notebook laptop. That is because it comes with a keyboard docking station that is detachable and attachable depending on when or where the customer wants to use it. However, even if the screen’s resolution is not that stupendously ground-breaking anymore unlike before, it is still quite lovely and will still get lots of compliments for sure. The quality of the camera, on the other hand, is just simple. It can take photos that are not so superbly alluring. They are not that overly saturated or too noisy and detailed. But then again even though it may not be compared upfront to those in digital cameras, it can still outdo those provided by the smartphones.
When it comes to the thickness, it is only 8.55mm thick and therefore feels and looks incredibly lightweight but still possessing the robustness. The screen display’s quality is pretty much overly bright, that is the reason why when used indoors it is advised that you do not turn it all the way up. It is better if you do that whenever outdoors through the help of the In-Plane Switching technology which makes it so easy to adjust and readjust the contrasts and brightness anytime you like. The Wi-Fi connectivity it has which is the 802.11 b/g/n helps a lot in the connectivity and the instant internet connection which it can provide to the device. Thus, making it possible for you to associate instantly to the social networks and websites which you can’t live a day without.
Even if it has tons of resemblance to the iPads, when it comes to the size of the screen, the Asus beats the iPad surprisingly. It looks wider and is more enjoyable to watch in. So basically, it will be more of the perfect choice for those who are obsessed with watching movies and playing games. However, when it comes to who has a bigger variety of apps that are downloadable and accessible, then it would probably be those made by Apple. Android devices are somewhat the underdog when it comes to apps as there are still apps that are not allowed for the Android. The good thing with the TF700T is that the applications of it are mostly free compared to the Apple where a lot of apps are not free of charge and requires real cash from the consumer.
Even with the dock station connected, it still does not look bulky at all. Maybe that is because of its minimalist design that steals the show constantly. When turning it on and off, it is always fast as it is super responsive and will not let you have idle waiting moments. Nevertheless, the Transformer Pad Infinity is still an absolute winner and a joy to use as it boasts through its unique attributes. The multi-touch display, as well as the multi-tasking ability of the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity, paves the way for the gadget that is both enjoyable and versatile and can definitely go places.
Overall, this device may make you think twice for the price it has. But that is probably because it is the kind of device which is hard to let go. Top that with how large the storage capacity of it is.
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