Asus transformer Pad Infinity TF700 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
This entry was posted on Sunday, August 19, 2012.
We brought a one-on-one comparison between Apple’s iPad and the new Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 to reach a conclusion that although Samsung did manage to match Apple’s iPad in some areas but Apple still remains the best when it comes to display at least. Today we bring you a comparison between the two latest Android based tablets, Samsung galaxy Note 10.1 and TF700, both feature Android Ice cream Sandwich, front and rear camera, run quad core processors and are Wi-Fi only models with a starting price of $499. Very competitive starts indeed, let’s have a brief look based on input, display and performance of the devices.
While Galaxy Note 10.1 provide another medium for user input in the form of ‘S-pen’, Asus, on the other hand, does not offer an ‘A-pen’. The precision and flexibility S-pen provides to users, who would like their tablet to be their canvas too, is far greater than that of naked touch. However, if you base your opinion on strictly regular use, S-pen does no wonders different than the finger touch. Hence, if you are not in a mood of another stationary-like item, both would do very well.
Surprisingly, Asus offers a better display performance thanks to its HD display. While Samsung and Asus both offer gorilla screens, it is Asus’s TF700 that comes with better display quality, sharper image and significant improvements to match Apple’s retina display more than Samsung’s Galaxy note 10.1
Performance wise, both the devices offer equally good processors and graphic support, but TF700 runs with 1 GB RAM while Galaxy Note surpasses with a 2 GB RAM. Also, Samsung’s unique split screen mode and multi-tasking capability provides it with a slight edge over Asus’s TF700.