4. Asus Transformer Pad Infinity
If it wasn’t for the higher price, the
Infinity would be a real contender for
the top spot. It’s got everything you
could want in a tablet – and a keyboard
dock as standard too.
With the latest version of Android on the
way, a simple interface and more ports
than you can poke with a stick, the
Infinity is the tablet that can handle
anything you can throw at it.
Add in the Super IPS panel with a
tremendous resolution, and you can see
why this is a tablet to rate very highly –
especially if you’re fond of typing on the
go but crave the simplicity of a slate
too. New firmware updates in some
territories have brought features like Wi-
Fi Direct to the Infinity, and Android 4.2
will be landing soon too.
Quick verdict
Everything we’d look for in a high-end
tablet is present and accounted for with
the Transformer Pad Infinity.
While power is always welcomed, it was
the improved screen that really caught
our attention. Given that we use our
tablet mostly for browsing the web and
watching video, we couldn’t help but
marvel at the resolution, either. if you’re
looking for a top Android tablet (and
have the cash to splash), then the Asus
Transformer Pad Infinity should be at
the top of your list.
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