Alright people. Ever since the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 ( that’s a mouthful ) has made its appearance at the Mobile World Congress 2012, most of us can safely admit that this particular tablet caught our attention hands down.
Want to join the party but don’t know what to expect from this particular gadget? No problem, here’s what you need to know.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700
Although at first glance the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 might not look too different from its predecessor, the Asus Transformer Prime, what’s under the hood is what makes the difference between the two.
First and foremost, the 10 inch Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 was Asus’s ticket into the mobile HD market, as it features a Full HD Super IPS+ display supporting a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels.
However, the 700 series is a much more ambitious device and it packs a ton of other interesting features. For example, as you might be aware of, even before its official launch the Toshiba Excite X10 has been nominated the thinnest tablet ever launched to the general public, measuring roughly 9.5 mm. You think that’s thin? Well, not for long because the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 is only 8.5 mm in thickness.
Furthermore, the Wi-Fi version of the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 packs a quad-core Tegra 3 chipset running at 1600 MHz, whilst the 3G/4G version of the device is boasting with the Qualcomm MSM 8960 Snapdragon S4 Krait chipset making this device the first to pack a Cortex A15 Class CPU.
In case you didn’t knew, the later had dominated both the TI OMAP and the Exynos chipsets which are to be found in handsets such as the Droid RAZR, Samsung Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Nexus.
Additionally, the Series 700 brings an 8 MP rear camera to the table, and a 2 MP front facing camera to go along with that. In terms of audio fidelity the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 does not disappoint and it’s fully backed up by the Asus SonicMaster technology.
In terms of storage, the tablet comes in three flavors, the 16 GB, 32 GB and the more beefy 64 GB. OS wise the Series 700 has made best friends with the Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich, and we’re nothing but happy for that fact.
Traditionally, the Series 700 is fully compatible with an optional keyboard dock which we all come to love.
Overall, the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Series 700 reeks of awesomeness and now that you know a bit more about what it can deliver, we can welcome you to the fan club.