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    Asus announces new Transformer Pad Infinity with 2560 x 1600 display, coming this fall | The Verge

    10.1in 2560x1600
    Tegra 4
    2Gb RAM
    32GB Storage expandable
    +Keyboard dock obviously

    Edit: 400$ !! The Nexus 10 suddenly look boring

    No word on the android version but looking at the picture i guess they don't want to show a 4.2 screenshot if they plan to release it with 4.3 on !
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    That looks good. I'll wait for initial reviews in it before buying one. I want to upgrade my Xoom and was looking at the infinity pad 700 but it has been out for a while so I'll just wait a little longer before I update my Xoom.
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    I think the 16gb is $400.
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    I hope the Tegra 4 does not dissapoint on this massive resolution, the T3 was a dissapointment for me on multiple devices (One X, N7) and made me not get the TF700 now i really need a tab with keyboard so this would be my first choice.

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    We all need to keep an eye open for i/o benchmarks.
    In other words, the speed and framework of the memory.
    That will be the most important factor.
    If they didn't improve on that, they don't deserve any more $.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green_Laser View Post
    We all need to keep an eye open for i/o benchmarks.
    In other words, the speed and framework of the memory.
    That will be the most important factor.
    If they didn't improve on that, they don't deserve any more $.

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    Agreed, i will wait for reviews concerning i/o, GPU and CPU want to be sure i can use it for at least a year.

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    Good choice. I've had trouble with my 700 being really slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RHChan84 View Post
    That looks good. I'll wait for initial reviews in it before buying one. I want to upgrade my Xoom and was looking at the infinity pad 700 but it has been out for a while so I'll just wait a little longer before I update my Xoom.
    Totally agree. I have had the prime and the infinity and I don't want to struggle with another I/O issue. And yes I have rooted my infinity and still having a few issues with lag. Wanted to love the prime/infinity due to the keyboard but hardly pick up my infinity anymore due to my Note 2 running so smoothly.

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    Honestly I think Asus has learned from past mistakes and the new infinity looks great. The tegra 4 is gonna be a monster

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteshadow001 View Post
    Honestly I think Asus has learned from past mistakes and the new infinity looks great. The tegra 4 is gonna be a monster

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    I'm not going to say Tegra 4 won't be awesome, or that Asus did/didn't learn from previous builds.
    Though, being on Cromi-X (a custom rom for our tf700), I'll let you guys know that Tegra 3 is a monster itself too.
    Problem is Asus didn't pair the T3 to a good enough bus (i/o bottlenecking). But Sbdags really made a huge difference, very noticeable difference, transformed the transformer, to the best it could be.

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