Review: Asus Transformer Infinity with Keyboard Dock

Asus Transformer Infinity

Here’s the link to my Asus Transformer Infinity Review, which includes a few photos as well as a 15 minute video review.

Since Asus has said they are going to update the operating system to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in the near future, I didn’t get into a lot of detail with the software features.

Instead I plan on posting an updated review and video after the Jelly Bean update. Subscribe to keep updated!

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4 Responses to “Review: Asus Transformer Infinity with Keyboard Dock”

  1. I have been waiting for this review for awhile! I just got back from vacation so I haven’t had a lot of time to catch up with the blog, but I will save this one for the weekend. Thanks, Nathan.

    • I just got back from vacation too! Well, camping for a few days. I HAD to get that review finished before I left. It’s not quite as detailed as I wanted but I’ll give it a part 2 once the Transformer Infinity gets updated to Android 4.1. I took it with me and it was great; GPS came in handy. The T-Mobile hotspot I reviewed earlier not so much. It died on me completely after the first day and left me hanging—piece of junk.

      • Oh no! The T-Mobile hotspot! Epic fail.

        I will look forward to the 4.1 software review. I am considering getting one of these for myself as a X-mas present.

        By the way, I saw some leaked pictures of the Kindle 5 and one of them shows a display ad for Kindle “Paperwhite” technology. Could this be the HD text/contrast improvements we have been looking for? I can’t wait to see your new Kindle Fire/5 reviews!

        • It ended up being an epic fail on my part. It turns out all I had to do was remove the battery then take out the sim card and put it back in. I don’t know why but that fixed it. I should have thought of that sooner. Luckily now I don’t have to deal with T Mobile support to try and get a replacement.