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Infinite possibilities

The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 is the tablet the Prime should have been, with improved GPS, a great back camera, and a high-resolution, 1,920x1,200-pixel screen.

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Keyboard is extra

The TF700's keyboard costs an extra $150.

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Sans keyboard

If you purchase a TF700 without the keyboard, this is what you get. Giant banana background not included.

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Still thin

The TF700 is just a hair thinner than the Prime.

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Floating...

The somewhat cramped keyboard wouldn't be my first choice to type on, but who can resist typing on a floating tablet? Obviously, not me.

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Lock it

Once the tablet slides into the keyboard dock, make sure it's locked. This one isn't fully locked.

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Ports

From left to right (top row): Headphone jack, Micro-HDMI, microSD. Bottom row: the keyboard's power connector.

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Another improvement

The TF700's 8-megapixel back camera is the best Android tablet camera yet, with an F/2.2 aperture and wide-angle lens.

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Pretending

No, really. I totally didn't pose for this shot. Really!

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The family

From left to right: The Infinity TF700, TF300, and Prime TF201. Hopefully we won't have to wait long for the next member of the family to make its debut.

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