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After seeing the iPhone 5 included to the list of allegedly infringing Apple products last week, we’re now hearing about other new devices added to that list. Those are the new fourth-generation iPad, the latest iPod Touch and the iPad mini, so basically Apple now has to defend on its entire 2012 product line-up.
The iPad 4 and the Transformer Pad Infinity are two of the best slates on the market. But how well does the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity fare against the Apple iPad 4 on paper? Let's find out, shall we?
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