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In­her­it­ing the sig­na­ture de­sign trait of the Trans­former Pad In­fin­ity, the new ASUS Trans­former Pad comes with a cir­cu­lar brushed metal back and a uni­body chas­sis made up of aero­space-grade alu­minum al­loy. In terms of build qual­ity and feel, the Trans­former Pad blows the other three tablets away.

On its front is a 10.1-inch Su­per IPS dis­play with a res­o­lu­tion of 2,560 x 1,600 pix­els. Its pixel den­sity works out to be 299ppi, which is sim­i­lar to the Sam­sung and Toshiba tablets. What dif­fer­en­ti­ates the dis­play of Trans­former Pad is its abil­ity to achieve up to 400nits of bright­ness. In ad­di­tion, IPS dis­plays are known for their ex­cel­lent wide view­ing an­gles and ac­cu­rate color.

The Trans­former Pad ships with An­droid 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and comes with sev­eral cus­tomiza­tions to the in­ter­face such as App Backup to re­store all your apps af­ter a fac­tory re­set, Su­per Note 3.1 to type and write with hand­writ­ing recog­ni­tion, and en­hanced mul­ti­task­ing via Float­ing Win­dows.

It is pow­ered by the NVIDIA Te­gra 4 quad-core 1.9GHz pro­ces­sor and 2GB of RAM. It has a 5-megapixel rear cam­era and 4-el­e­ment f/2.4 lens. Its in­ter­nal stor­age ca­pac­ity of 32GB is com­ple­mented by a mi­cro-SD card slot which supports cards up to 64GB, as well as 5GB free ASUS We­bS­tor­age for life.


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