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ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity Review (TF700)

The ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity takes an already-excellent design and ups the ante yet again. In the world of Android tablets, which -- and let's be perfectly honest here -- has been less than inspiring of late, there consistently has been one bright spot. That would be Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS, best known as a motherboard supplier, which burst onto the scene in the spring of 2011 with a crazy tablet-keyboard laptop-esque hybrid that, surprisingly enough, got a good many things right on the first try.
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