ASUS Transformer Infinity: Review and Specs

The Samsung has achieved fame with the range of the Galaxy, has not been in the area of the tablets, in this case Asus is dominant, with its familiar range Transformer. After the first model: the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer, the saga has been growing. You must have heard about the ASUS Transformer Prime, after the Transformer 300 and then ASUS Transformer Infinity.

ASUS Transformer Infinity

Design and finishing

If you have liked the Asus Prime Transformer from outside, the Infinity is almost identical.

The ASUS Transformer keeps Infinity aluminium finish as Prime model. They have also made a breakthrough; the first ASUS tablet had a thickness of 13 mm and weighing 675 grams. In these little more than 365 days after the Prime model involved, the ASUS Transformer Infinity has reached a thickness of 8.4 mm and weighing less than 600 grams, they are actually improvements but hardly anyone would notice if you have not looked into depth.

ASUS Transformer Infinity

This tablet is a standard 10.1″ tablet. But in any condition I found it very handy and comfortable.

At the bottom are the connections for the keyboard-dock and charging port on the left side are miniHDMI port, 3.5 mm output for audio and a microSD slot, and the top is the power button and unlocking, with the volume controls.

In the rear is the 8-megapixel camera and LED flash, and up front a 2 megapixel camera.
Screen

ASUS Transformer Infinity screen comes with a 1080p resolution and IPS + technology .

It’s a big jump in quality of screen tablet with Android. It has improved in every respect, but this is the most you’re going to notice.

Everything looks much more crisp and pleasant to look at the screen. In the colors are where there has been much improvement, look the same regarding the above tablets.

The truth is that the contrast is much improved but so does the brilo that offers IPS mode + to 700 nits, and Asus has done this to use the tablet on the outside, and there is a big improvement.

Camera

It has an 8 megapixel rear camera is the same as the Transformer 300, and has great quality but I still think that a camera on a tablet does not do much.

It is also clear that the camera does not reach the performance of the chambers of smartphones but is very good and records up to 1080.

Our opinion

The appearance of all Transformer looks same lot, but really have changed in case of ASUS Transformer Infinity. But I think if you already have a tablet transformer maybe not worth buying this for whatever the difference, maybe on the screen, resolution, and these issues if it’s worth for the most demanding.

I think they’ve come a long way in just one year. ASUS Transformer Infinity is really a bang, it was my opinion.