Asus has just beefed up their Transformer line-up with the announcement of not one, but two new Eee Pad Transformers – the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Infinity and the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Pad 300.
The Transformer Infinity maybe a splitting image of the mighty Transformer Prime, but don’t judge this new Transformer by its metallic cover. This convertible ‘droid tablet’s got more, way more to offer than last year’s Transformer Prime. To be more specific, the Transformer Infinity runs on a faster quad-core processor (1.5GHz vs 1.3GHz), a better front-facing cam (2MP vs 1. 2MP) and 8-megapixel main cam (F2.2 vs F2.4), comes with WiFi Direct support, a higher resolution 10.1-inch Super IPS+ display (1920×1200 vs 1280×800) protected by the latest Corning Gorilla Glass (2) technology.
As for the Transformer Pad 300, if the Transformer Infinity is the upgraded Prime, think of this as its toned-down counterpart. The Transformer Pad 300 packs a slower 1.2GHz (vs 1.3GHz on the Prime) quad-core process, a weaker battery (22Wh vs 25Wh), and is clad in plastic. But it’s not all bad news. On the upside, the Pad 300 does come in various colors and sports a better 8-megapixel main cam (F2.2 vs F2.4) and Bluetooth 3.0 (vs BT 2.1) but that’s it.
Both will run Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box.
More on these two once we get word on local availability, which we’re hoping will happen very soon.
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