At Computex 2013, Asus’ chairman Jonney Shih took the stage to unveil a series of exciting new Android products, including the latest generation of the Transformer Pad series – the Transformer Pad Infinity.
The refresh to last year’s Pad Infinity features a souped spec sheet – boasting the brand new Tegra 4 processor and 2GB of RAM, the tablet promises to deliver some serious oomph. How serious? Well Asus said the new Pad Infinity is able to output 4K signal through its HDMI-out port. Maybe to match to that $5,000 professional 4K monitor that Asus launched last week?
The display is in line with 2013 state of the art – a 2,560 x 1,600 IPS panel (WQXGA).
Just like its predecessors, the tablet features an optional dock/keyboard accessory that also provides an energy boost thanks to the built in battery. The new Pad Infinity comes with 32GB of storage, that can be extended using card slot found in the dock.
Design wise, the new Pad Infinity sports the spun metallic look that Asus has used throughout the last year. No word yet on price and availability, but we do expect to see it on the high end of the scale.