The new ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T is a very interesting tablet. It performs really well, only the battery life is a bit on the short side. But that's an issue that's present with all ASUS tablets we've seen until now.
When we compare the Infinity with the other high-resolution tablet, the latest iPad, then we find that there are both pros and cons between the two. If we list all of the pros, then we're tempted to say that your best choice is an iPad if you are looking for a high-resolution tablet. The higher resolution and much larger battery have clear benefits, even if the iPad is heavier. Which OS is better is a matter of personal taste, not to mention the brand loyalty issues. On the other hand, the dock with the extra battery and connectors is a very strong selling point for ASUS, which could be decisive for many consumers.
ASUS informed us that the 64 GB version including dock without 3G comes with a recommend price of about £580. Without dock you will pay around £500. It's not cheap, but for a 64 GB iPad without 3G you also end up paying around £550, and you don't get a dock. In the end, the Infinity and the iPad are very close to each other overall, so the Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T deservedly gets the Hardware.Info Silver Award.
ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T