In case you didn’t know, the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity is actually the rebranded ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T, that in turn is an upgrade to the Prime. The Pad Infinity is actually the TF700T in more varied versions, with the possibility of a dual core Snadpragon S4 unit with LTE. Well, for now the Infinity reached the FCC, as shown by the sketch below.

This is merely the WiFi version of the slate, the one that gets a quad core Tegra 3 CPU, not the Snadpragon S4. I guess that the unit with dual core CPU and LTE will come later on, unless it’s plagued by the delays and production problems associated with the Snapdragon S4. If you want specs, well, you have here about 80% of the Prime features. Know that the device will come in a 16GB version, 32 GB and 64GB as well, with an 8 megapixel camera at the back and 2MP shooter at the front.

1GB of RAM, HDMI and a 10.1 inch display are all here, with the latter using Super IPS+ Gorilla Glass technology and supporting a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. Gorilla Glass 2 is actually involved here, in case it matters. The original Prime shipped with Honeycomb, but obviously, this Infinity model will come with Android 4.0 out of the box.

  • EvolvedApe

    10.1 inch, particularly if of the 16×9 variety is meh, for such resolution.

    We need 13″+ tablets for comfortable PDF, magazines and even web viewing, and not in the cheap 16×9 ratio.

    The iPad screen ratio is much more useful for a tablet, but the screen is still too small for PDFs and other business uses.

    Until someone brings the above features in a well-designed, preferably stock Android package, there is very little reason to look outside of the Apple store.