Asus has been very busy this past year and now we are looking at some of their innovative approaches and views on how the whole netbook/tablet industry should go. So what is the next logical step? Is everyone happy with just a tablet or just a notebook? Their transformer series are redefining how people use these technologies and are making all of the pickiest customers happy. We have seen a Transformer pad from Asus before and we were amazed, but now they are bringing our delight even further by introducing their upgraded new version called Infinity.
This tablet/notebook has kept the minimal outlook and kept all the positive sides of its predecessor, while implementing newer technologies. The Infinity has a brushed aluminum casing that has been made with a new technology process of cold pressing a whole piece of aluminum and they went beyond this and went nano, so instead of screws they fuzzed the plastic connectors with the aluminum, making it even lighter.
The Infinity has nVidia’s Tegra3 chipset that holds 4+1 processors. This means it has a quad-core 1.6GHz processors and an extra battery saver processor, for all the non-demanding workloads. The screen has been upgraded up to a 10.1 inch Full HD Super IPS+ screen with Gorilla 2 protection. The screen provides great viewing angles and great luminescence, making it great for outdoor usage.
Infinity will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and it will be able to play full HD video content and run HD games without any lags. It also has an 8MP camera, with a video view angle that runs on new code that will make the pictures more real and crisp.
This model is not out yet, but according to Asus it should come out soon. It was announced for June, but this date has been prolonged.