At the end of the day, we can see that ASUS has obviously stepped-up their game with the Transformer Pad Infinity. Many of the plaguing bugs in previous tablets have been fixed, and the tablet is quite solid.
That’s not to say that it came out flawless. The front-facing camera definitely needs to be revamped, as well as the microphones. The horrid speaker design is still relevant. We wish ASUS had opted for front-facing speakers; having them in the back causes way too much distortion, and considering you’re paying almost $500 for this 10.1″ tablet, that is unacceptable. Heck, when cupping your hands around the speakers yields a noticeable sound difference, something is very wrong.
In case you wanted to go cheaper we would also recommend the less expensive TF300T. It’s not as rich with features or built of the same quality, but it’s still a great tablet for the price especially if you want a more notebook experience. If a Mobile Dock isn’t your thing but you like taking notes and scribbling look into getting the Samsung Note 10.1 which offers very impressive specs and a Wacom pen to top it off. Finally, if you want a really portable looking solution, check out the Nexus 7 which now has a 32GB version.
Hands down the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T is one of the fastest, lightest 10.1 tablets on the market today. The Infinity is as great for productivity as it is for procrastination. Overall I would definitely recommend the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T to anyone that wants a seamless Android experience. A strong, solidly built device that fixes many of the problems its predecessors encountered from poor Wi-Fi and GPS signals, and improves upon everything that made these Transformers so great. The Infinity is still my ideal tablet but it comes at a steep price tag. Deciding on a tablet is all preference; as with most things consumer I would recommend you try it first. A 10.1″ tablet isn’t for everyone. Once when you get this tablet in your hands you won’t want to let go.