ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 Unboxing at Always On Video
ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 Unboxing at Always On Video Transcript
-- This week's gadget is the Asus transformer pad infinity TF 700. -- like -- that's no iPad right there a -- seems to come out of the new tablet about every couple weeks all of them purported iPad killers. And they have become very popular for this transformer concept. Which means that the tablet fits nicely into an additional keyboard dock although don't be fooled by the picture of the keyboard on the box because this keyboard is not in this box. Let's have a look at what is. The transformer pad is running Android four point oh Ice Cream Sandwich it has a ten point one inch LCD display and a Quad Core tegra three processors so it is great for gaming just one gigabyte of ram helps out that performance. The wait is one point three pounds so it is a little bit happy the colors are and what this to gray and champagne gold. You also get a micro HDMI and a micro SD card slot. It's Wi-Fi only no three G connectivity here and it comes at 832 gigs or 64 gig capacity. There's an eight megapixel camera on the back and it's nice -- megapixel camera on the front for video conferencing. This screen is a very high resolution 1920. By 12100 pixels. The other thing is this is tablets are becoming known for is that they -- really good this one is no exception it's extremely thin and light and has this brushed metal back here. Comes in two colors and then and really this is that kind of transformer part and that transformer name. You plug it into this dock here. And you actually have. A usable. Tablet. With a keyboard. Now on the face -- it there's really nothing wrong with the Asus transformer bloody glove except for the really -- name. The problem is that it's not an iPad. But it's priced like -- -- -- for 99 or 599 and then this -- dock and makes it all transformer in useful. An extra 150 bucks in sorry guys but you're never gonna -- the iPad -- -- cheaper. Then the iPad.
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