Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700
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Many are waiting for the said ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700. This was announced last January but until now it was still not released by ASUS, they say that the Infinity TF700 will be launched in the US at the end of June. Until now ASUS has been so quite with infinity and there is no given and then bang a certain video has been playing on the net which is telling all about the Transformer Infinity TF700 in which way is quite exact towards the rumors about the capabilities of the TF700. Like all other models the TF700 can be connected with optional keyboard dock. It has a new black panel design. This tablet is expected to be shipped this summer. Let’s wait a while and see the glory of this device when it comes out.
I agree with the solution. I really still nodding. Great staff from techyv.com. You're all really doing a great job! I have these additional information about TF700. Much like Apple's own high-resolution tablet, the TF700 is nearly indistinguishable from its predecessor. The TF700 measures 10.35 by 7.11 by 0.33 inches (HWD) and 1.31 pounds, making it nearly identical to the TF201 (10.35 by 7.11 by 0.32 inches, 1.28 pounds). It's thinner and lighter than the new iPad (7.3 by 9.5 by 0.37 inches, 1.46 pounds). The aluminum frame feels solidly built, with the same concentric textured rings shared between all Asus tablets. There's a slight taper along the left and right edges, which gives the tablet a wedge-like appearance. On the backside, instead of a single piece of aluminum, a thin strip at the top is made from plastic—likely a revision to address any GPS signal issues. The TF700 will be available in two colors: Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold. The ports and buttons have been moved around; the Power and Volume buttons are now both on the top edge, with the headphone jack, micro HDMI, and microSD card slot found on the left. The bottom edge houses the proprietary connector for charging, syncing, and docking with the optional keyboard dock ($149). The TF700 is compatible with the keyboard dock for the TF201, but not the dock for the Asus Transformer Pad TF300 ($379, 4 stars). Hope this brightens you more.