Does it make sense to buy ASUS Transformer Infinity 700 cases?

Aug 1


John Pope

John Pope

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If you have an Asus Infinity tablet you might be wondering if it's worth buying a case for it. The following article has that answer sorted out for you.


I’m sure most of you are well aware that ASUS Infinity TF700T is currently the best Android tablet you can buy. That’s because of the Full HD 1920 x 1200 pixels,Does it make sense to buy ASUS Transformer Infinity 700 cases? Articles the quad core Tegra 3 processor and the fact it can be fitted optionally with the best docking keyboard that adds a full size hardware QWERTY set of keys, a touchpad and two full size ports: USB and SD card reader.

Despite that, many of you might be asking if it’s worth buying additional accessories like cases. It’s a legitimate question that deserves a good answer, a well thought one. Why it seems like a redundant question? Because the docking keyboard is a much better choice, and together with the tablet itself make for a notebook like body, and since you’re not buying a case for your laptop you shouldn’t buy one for a tablet either, right?

Well, that may be true, but in case you just want the tablet, you do need a case to protect the gorgeous screen and the brushed aluminum back panel. Oh, and one of the reasons you don’t buy and use a sleeve, cover or case for your notebook is that you can’t use it while the computer is on, as it will most likely block the CPU cooling vents.

When we’re talking about tablets this problem disappears completely, so you can finally get a tight fit case to make your Asus Infinity Pad pass the test of time with grace, and by that I mean no scratches.

To me, a case for ASUS Infinity TF700T is not an alternative to the great keyboard dock with extra battery, but a complementary tablet accessory that does more good than harm, plus they’re pretty cheap, and add little cost to the overall cost of your investment (tablet + dock + case + SD card).

The only problem, as I see it, is that currently there aren’t too many options to choose from, since ASUS’ Android tablet is not as popular as the all-mighty iPad (but I've found some at There are plenty of options, but not as much as you would expect. Maybe if Infinity’s popularity grows in the next few months the offer from third-party manufacturers will increase, but that doesn’t depend on us too much.

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