The updated Transformer Pad Infinity has a 10.1-inch display running a 2560x1600 resolution. Inside is a 1.9GHz quad-core processor and 32GB of internal storage. If you have a 4K TV you'll be happy to know that the Transformer Pad Infinity is capable of pushing out 4K resolution through it's HDMI port.

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Engadget Jun 3, 2013

Its 10.1-inch screen packs a potent 2,560 x 1,600 resolution, alongside a quad-core Tegra 4 chip clocked at 1.9GHz, USB 3.0 port, Bluetooth 3.0 and, whoa, 4K output via HDMI. There's 32GB of internal storage, residing inside a spun metallic-finished that's very similar to the current Zenbook series.

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CNET Sep 11, 2013

OK, let me get the bad news out of the way first: the new TF701 is both fatter, heavier, and feels much more plasticy than its predecessor. The good news is that this does nothing to diminish the impact of its super-bright, super-sharp screen, or its whip-fast performance.

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PC World Australia Jun 18, 2013

ASUS' 2013 Transformer Pad Infinity is a top of the line Android tablet with a 10.1in 2560x1600 IPS screen. It's an upgrade to last year's model with the same name and also has the ability to output 4K content via a HDMI port.

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TechRadar Sep 4, 2013

Those who have been holding out for Asus to unleash its new Transformer for some time shouldn't be disappointed by what's on offer here. Tegra 4 was the only logical next leap and now we've seen it in action it feels like this will really rock it when it hits market.

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Ztruer Ztruer

I am veteran Asus user. I own tf101, tf700kl, and now tf701t. Finaly Asus got it right. No slow Ram/memory anymore. The tf701t are a lightening fast tablet, with a fantastic screen. It gets a little warm in the top left corner when you play games, but not to hot. I think they should have made the...

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dee2too dee2too

I really like this tablet. I have owned 5 other Android devices: Galaxy S3 mini, Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 eight core, Nexus 7, ASUS 7 HD, and Fine 7 tablet. This is my favorite. Screen tapping has to be deliberate for the device to respond. I read a review somewhere that mentioned the screen was...

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