Asus Transformer Infinity Tablet Review
Asus knocks it out of the park with the Infinity Tablet.
Despite the promised dramatic boost in tablet performance by Asus, their Transformer Infinity falls short in some areas. Now that the newest generation of tablets are starting to have better screen and battery performance, it's a little perplexing to see a tablet with so much hype from the Android community fail to dazzle, especially when another tablet Asus manufactures makes waves in many respects for less than half the cost.
That's not to say that the tablet is bad, as nothing could be further from the truth: the processor and internal memory are allegedly the best Asus has to offer at this point. The ability to add a keyboard dock with additional battery and USB ports is pretty huge, and It definitely gives the tablet a massive upside if you're looking for a little more brawn and flexibility.
If you like the Android experience, are looking for raw power, and think you could benefit from the Asus Transformer Infinity 's capabilities, the pricetag is absolutely worth it. Keep in mind, that the Asus Transformer Infinity fills a niche use for a tablet, so if you're primarily looking for a media consumption device, you may want to look elsewhere.
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