|The slimmest and lightest 1920x1200 resolution Full HD Android Tablet|
Feeling unsatisfied with the quality of an average screen? An upgrade to a FHD screen is what you need. The 1920x1200 resolution is more exquisite and offers more details for a Full HD visual experience. The Super IPS+ offers 600nits of ultra bright backlight so it can be read easily, even under sunlight, at angles up to 178° wide. Screen toughness is also not a problem. As the 1st tablet with the latest generation Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2 , the Infinity offers improved screen impact resistance so it'll look great even after extended usage. Get immersed in entertainment on the Transformer Pad Infinity!
Customer Reviews of Asus TF700T-C1-GR 10.1" 64GB Slate Tablet, Gray - 1 GB RAM - NVIDIA ULP GeForce Graphics Card - Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Loved it until the "gorilla" glass turned out to b9/27/2013
Had my TF700 about 10 months before the glass cracked from top to bottom about 2/3 from the left edge. Touch screen works on left side of crack, no response on right side. ASUS calls cracked glass customer abuse. Mine was never dropped, sat on, or had heavy objects on it. Took out of my EXTRA protective case to find it cracked for no reason. Customer service tells me their estimate to repair and my cost about $265.00. Nothing on this page tells you what the "limited" one year warrant y covers. If anyone has one and knows please post a reply. I'm very unhappy with ASUS after spending approx $700 for the pad and keyboard that can't be used unless I buy another ASUS.
BEWARE of horrible customer support6/6/2013
First, let me qualify by saying that I have been a customer and supporter of Asus since the early 90s. I received my TF700T in December and was very happy with it until May. That is when I had my first issue. This is referring to the keyboard, which is a separate product, but it highlights the issue with their customer support. The rubber feet began randomly falling off of the keyboard. I contacted customer support and they wanted me to actually send the keyboard into the service department to deal with this. That's right they wanted to spend $20-$30 in combined shipping to take care of a few $.10 rubber feet. I eventually got to someone reasonable who said they would send replacement feet. Fortunately, I found the missing feet in my bag, but their solution to the problem was "glue them back on". Not long after that, I started having issues with the system itself. The touch capabilities started failing and the system began acting erratically. I went through all of the usual Android steps... updates... factory reset... and finally needed to send it in for repair. When I sent it in, the techs "tested" it, decided there was nothing wrong, and sent it back with another factory reset. I got it, reloaded everything, proceeded to use it and the problems were still there. Now they are making me send it back AGAIN. It gets 2-stars, overall, because, when it works, it's a great system, but only 2-stars because their customer and technical support is AWFUL.
Pros: Very fast and responsive, screen is amazing, and good battery life. Cons: None that I have found so far. My tablet has zero light bleed. Other: Finding apps is easier than people are saying. Able to get ebooks from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and from open market.
Great Android Pad10/9/2012
I am very happy with my Asus Transformer Infinity. I have used it for about a week now. The only complaint I have is the lack of Cell Data capability (i.e., 3G/4G). Although the availability of WiFi is widespread, it is still not as available as the cellular data. Also, not having ability to link the "removable" SD with the "internal" SD to increase the storage for program r/w access was also the reason for less than 5 on the overall satisfaction. Overall, it is a great tool for an IT guy.