Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T 10.1 for just $200

by: Andrew GrushJune 24, 2014


Released back in July of 2012, the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T isn’t exactly a spring chicken anymore. Still, when it comes to providing a decent Android experience the tablet is more than capable of delivering thanks to its Tegra 3 quad-core CPU with 1GB of RAM.

For those looking for a refresher on the full specs, you’ll find it by clicking here. Bottom-line, the once-flagship-level tablet is now a pretty solid budget option thanks to a new Staples deal that offers up the device for just $199 with free shipping. While the specs might not be killer by today’s standards, good luck finding a 10.1-inch tablet with better specs for such a low price.

Interested? You can grab the tablet from now until 6/30 through Staples, while supplies last.

  • Jaime

    Soooo, it is any good? I remember the T300 was very bad due the I/O speed but I don’t know about this one. Looks like a good deal…

    • J_Pod

      If it still has the bad I/O, DON’T buy it. It’s given me nothing but trouble with it’s poor I/O speeds even at full processor speed. My old TF101 felt faster.

      • Tyler Newell

        The I/O problems are still there… I hear the tegra 4 transformer has that fixed though.

  • Tyler Newell

    Don’t buy this. The I/O speed KILLS it. The tablet locks down for a second every time an app updates. Interface is way too laggy for a device with those specs. Read and write speeds are horrendous. 14kbs vs. 900kbs compared against my Note 3 copying an mp3 across my home network. Sometimes it even lags while playing music from the SD card. I pretty much only use it for reading these days….

    Also, mine suffered a fall of about a foot and a half onto linoleum and it shattered the whole front panel. So the gorilla glass ain’t that great…

    I bought one to upgrade from my tf101 and other than the changes to the physical heft and the metal casing, it’s not that much of an upgrade (something I realized right out of the box and I still regret not returning it straight away)

  • Anon

    Massive I/O lags. Please, don’t buy it, even for 50$

  • Pedro

    Considering the absurd support ASUS gave to my TF300T, I won’t ever buy anything from them again. It’s over. 400€ for a piece of hardware that is simply useless since it rarely responds to any input. Touch just stops listening to your fingers and starts to act on its own, tapping everywhere around the screen. It doesn’t matter how many times I send it to RMA (warranty), all they do is a factory reset and the problem is still there. I must be some fking rich guy, because I have a 400€ paperweight. Seriously, ASUS are good at Laptops, but that’s the only kind of product I will buy from then again in the future.

  • pablouk

    Of its anything like the 700. It will be very slow freeze constantly and ASUS will not update android at all.