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First Look: The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 demonstrates its infinite potential.

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First Look: The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 demonstrates its infinite potential.

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The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 is one of the fastest Android tablets out there, combining an already proven design with a better camera, faster processor, and a beautiful screen.

Asus transformer tablets usually have three key things going. High functionality. They have at least above average performance. And are usually pretty cool looking. The prime -- those traits but also some technical issues at its release. Some of which it's yet to fully overcome -- Enter the transformer pad infinity TF 700. -- -- working GPS and even better camera and the prime rate one. After -- -- performance. Hit 700 is kind of what the plan should have been in the first place. But then you throw at a high resolution screen. -- have my attention says. I'm Eric Franklin and today -- take a first look at Houston that's -- pat. TF 700. Hit that hundred and that's why does the line looks a lot like two places me at least one notable change the -- -- plastic panel here. What this does is let the signal from the GPS more easily escape the tablet -- -- body. Given the GPS actual performance something to crunch -- All the physical features Michael HDMI micro SD slot. Headphone Jack multiple microphone pinhole. Volume rocker on the same with -- -- 700 but -- move some of them around to different areas. The keyboard which costs 400 dollars extra oh by the way it yet -- under cost 500 -- for 32 gigabyte 600 dollars for 64. Analysts saying the keyboard seems to be exact same one used them -- Most exciting thing up here 700 especially. -- -- crime is the screen resolution. It's 1920 by 12100. -- the highest anyone's done. So far crimes resolution is 1280 by 800. First it's kind of hard to tell the difference on the home screen both the text on app icons really noticed. Notice -- more -- from the web but he did it doesn't necessarily jump out and grab. And it's not -- you're looking at them side by side if you start to appreciate. The biggest difference I saw -- one. Compared to the new iPad honestly it's really difficult to see a difference -- text quality sharpness. One of the games we used to test orbit retired GT and scales lead very high resolution. Well on the -- stealing that hi I would also with a frame rate. On the TF 700 thanks to be faster processors the -- 700 has -- one point six gigahertz CPU compared to crimes one point three. You can rent -- -- at its highest resolution with no noticeable dip in warm it. And it looks sharper. Not all game's scale is what this does -- TT eight -- still looks great but not any better than it did on the line. Two. 1080. Beyond a resolution that yet some of contrast and color much better than the prime. Yep this super IPS mode if this deal here still awesome it still makes reading outside the -- lessen the pain. Asus -- -- -- the front camera two megapixel from one point two. That's gonna impress anyone but it definitely levels contrast and color -- and just looks clear. The back cameras still eight megapixel Asus will be accurate so -- much more detail and still picks and beauty. The TX 700 -- better screen after dean's performance and better cameras in the prime. Text looks just as sharp as it -- an iPad but not every. Day. So far though let's let -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Once again I'm Eric Franklin it's been a personal -- had anything yet. The.

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