Asus TF700T-B1-GR Deal:

Asus Infinity TF700T 10.1" 32GB Android Tablet w/ Tegra 3, 1GB DDR3 RAM

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Asus Infinity TF700T 10.1" 32GB Android Tablet w/ Tegra 3, 1GB DDR3 RAM
$199.00
(was $349.99)
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  • 10.1" Multi-touch LED Screen (1910 x 1080)
  • nVidia 1.6Ghz Quad-core Processor
  • HDMI, USB 2.0 and microSD Ports
  • 8MP Rear Camera and 2 MP Front Camera
  • 4G LTE
  • 32GB Flash Hard Drive
  • 1GB DDR3 Memory
  • Up to 9.5 Hour Battery Life

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  • Key Features
  • Type Tablet
  • Family Line ASUS Transformer Pad
  • Display Size 10.1in (25.65 cm)
  • Hard Drive Capacity 32 GB
  • Operating System Android
  • Internet Connectivity Wi-Fi
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  • Processor
  • Processor Manufacturer nVidia
  • Processor Speed 1.6 GHz
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  • Display and Screen
  • Display Tech LED
  • Display Max. Resolution 1920 x 1200
  • Touch Screen Technology Multi-Touch
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  • Digital Camera
  • Rear Camera Resolution 8 megapixel
  • Front Camera Resolution 2 megapixel
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  • Memory
  • Installed RAM 1GB

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Not bad - Newegg just sold the refurbed version last week on eBay for $180. I would have paid the extra $20 for a new one.

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RAM is only 1gig.

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Correct, you need to go to the TF701T if you want 2GB. That will cost you at least 50% more.

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WorkerAnt said:   RAM is only 1gig.
  so is ipad air..  My understanding is that the ROMs that are available out there are a huge improvement for this machine.

Sadly the 1GB limitation appears to drag on the stock rom from what I read in reviews.  Great screen though.

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NY and NJ residents pay sales tax

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I've been running mine with Cyanogenmod 11 and it seems to be running a lot smoother than with ASUS' version of Android

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How's the battery life? Have tried 3 different units, all with short life. Seems to be a software issue.

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I had this tablet briefly way back when it was new, but ended up returning it. I had some pretty severe screen uniformity/backlight bleed, which was apparently pretty common. Also the internal memory that Asus used in this model (and the TF300 also, I think) was known to be extremely slow, causing stuttering and lockups. I've been waiting for a Nexus 10 successor for so long, it seems like the Android Tablet market has stagnated pretty heavily...

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This tablet is unstable and very laggy on Asus ROM. It's better with Cyanogenmod 10.2 ROM, but my Nook Color HD+ also on CM10.2 is consistently smoother and more responsive.
Before changing to CM10.2, I did send the TF700T back to Asus. They changed it to an earlier Asus ROM which helped a tiny bit.

I would NOT recommend to a friend.

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I have the Asus TF300, and have used the TF700 for a few weeks. Nice, zippy. However, honestly at this point you should consider a Venue 8 Pro, or a Lenovo Miix 8, both of which can be had for under $200 regularly. I like android, but the full desktop OS is a joy.

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Bought the TF700 for $650 as a gift one week after it was released. It's the worst gadget investment ever for the price.
Pros: Amazingly beautiful display that rivals the iPad, feature rich with keyboard, micro-SD card, dual cameras, and long battery life (up to 15 hours with the dock)
Cons: Terrible emmc makes it slow for certain operations that you cannot replace, no official update to Kitkat

The best use for this is reading, light office work, Youtube and Netflix. If you only do those this should be fine.
The web browsing performance is very bad due to the slow emmc storage, it's much worse than the cheaper Nook HD+. (was 1/3 of the price or less last year)
However, video streaming like Youtube doesn't seem to have any performance issues to me. Not sure why.
Official Kitkat optimized for this hardware could have helped but ASUS seems to have stopped updating the TF700.

The Nook HD+ is much better but to be fair that's due to CM10 and CM11...also Nook HD+ has much fewer features.
At $200, it is not terrible for the above tasks if you "must" have a 10 inch tablet. However, I'd argue Nook HD+ provides much better performance for a lower price (if you are willing to load CM10/CM11 yourself..)
You can get also Nexus 7 2013 32GB refurbished at Newegg for $165 but it has a smaller 7" display.

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TheFonz said:   
WorkerAnt said:   RAM is only 1gig.
  so is ipad air..  My understanding is that the ROMs that are available out there are a huge improvement for this machine.

Sadly the 1GB limitation appears to drag on the stock rom from what I read in reviews.  Great screen though.

  
ipad is Apple, completely different OS which require complete different hardware.  You can't compare hardware between apple and android.  You can only compare performance.

Anyway, I've been using Android for awhile now and 2gig is slowly becoming a requirement.

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Charging is not through Micro USB. The charging should be on the side which is convenient.

Price is real good. If above is not a concern, you can go for it.

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Seems to have really good reviews

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