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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Driver

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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Driver

The fact the keyboard dock adds a full-sized USB port, too, is impressive.


The keyboard layout is a little small and cramped, so using it feels much like typing on a 10in netbook. We like the addition of dedicated Android shortcuts including home, back, search and settings keys, along with a wealth of quick toggles for the trackpad, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T, Bluetooth, brightness, Browser, screenshot and media controls. There's also a button on the keyboard to lock the screen, which is handy if you want to keep the Transformer Pad Infinity in its open position.

The keyboard layout itself is a little small and cramped. The keyboard isn't perfect though. Connecting it to the tablet does Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T a little clunky, even though the arrows on both the dock and the tablet are a nice touch. The keys aren't backlit, which makes typing at night time rather difficult. The keyboard layout itself is a little small and Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T, so using it feels much like typing on a 10in netbook and not like a full sized keyboard.

Unfortunately, the biggest issue is that the Transformer Pad Infinity remains very top-heavy, so it's almost impossible to position it on your lap without it toppling over. It's fine for use on a desk or table, but trying to sit it on your lap can be a delicate process. Impressive performance, with some minor hiccups ASUS says the Transformer Pad Infinity is ideal for gaming and multimedia and it's hard to argue with this.

A high resolution display combined with impressive performance makes the Infinity a great tablet for games. We didn't experience any lag or slowdown on any of these titles and graphics and frame rates were impressive.

The Transformer Pad Infinity is a little less smooth during day to day use. We discovered some minor hiccups during less taxing tasks.

Some apps, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T the camera and gallery, are a little slow to open and close, even if this isn't a consistent problem. Home screens are relatively smooth to scroll through, but there is the odd occasion where screen transitions simply aren't as buttery smooth as we'd have liked. Scrolling in the Web browser is smoother than ever, but still not up to the standard set by Apple's iOS.

There are three "power profiles" available use on the Transformer Pad Infinity -- power saving, balanced, and performance. None of these issues are critical ones and we suspect many of them may be ironed out when the Transformer Pad Infinity, currently running Android 4.

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The lack of polish certainly doesn't stop us from recommending the Transformer Pad Infinity, but it does dampen our enthusiasm somewhat. ASUS also includes Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T e-mail, clock and weather widgets, along with a battery indicator that displays two separate percentages for the tablet and the dock battery. App Backup and App Locker apps, two new additions, allow you to backup and lock apps with a password, respectively.

Android apps on the whole remain an issue, though this is an ecosystem-wide problem and not the fault of ASUS.

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There aren't enough apps on the Google Play Store designed specifically for tablet use. This means they won't work as well as they should on the Transformer Pad Infinity.


Some don't work at all. There are examples both ways.

The excellent Pulse Reader app, Pocket and Evernote all work fantastically well, but the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Spotify are simply blown up smartphone apps. The 2-megapixel front facing camera enables "HD video chat" and works well for third-party video based applications like Skype and Tango. The rear camera takes passable photos if you're inclined, and we were impressed with the autofocus and ability to capture close objects with good detail.

On the bottom is a proprietary ASUS dock connector that attaches to the keyboard dock and also charges the device. ASUS claims the Transformer Pad Infinity's battery will last for up to 10 hours on its own, or 15 hours when connected to a fully charged dock connector.

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During testing, we recorded best figures of just almost nine hours without the dock, and almost 13 hours with the keyboard dock connected. While this is less than ASUS claims it is still a fantastic result. Even if you don't use the keyboard dock extensively, using it as a reasonably lightweight charger isn't a bad idea.

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