Asus Tablets provide:
Sleek, beautiful, great-to-use and powerful, the Asus Transformer Infinity goes toe-to-toe with the iPad 3 as the finest tablet of the moment. The iPad has the edge on graphics performance and quality software, but the Asus has connectivity and versatility on its side – and both have excellent screens.
The only issue is that you pay a high price for this much goodness. £599 is a lot of money for a tablet, making the Infinity £40 more expensive than even the 64GB iPad 3, and while the keyboard dock is more than worth £40 of anyone’s money, we’re still talking about a big investment. Rivals like the Iconia A700 are edging closer to the £400 mark, so to some extent you’re paying for luxurious design and build quality.
Is it worth it? Unquestionably. If I could have my pick of any Android tablet now, then I’d have this one. We’ll wait to see what next year’s crop brings, but for now this is the best Android tablet on the market.