ASUS has set its Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T tab which will formally launch on Tuesday 7 August in Australia. The company of Taiwan sent an invitation to the press media in this week to be present at a tech briefing as well as hands on demo of the gadget on the date of launch, however did corroborate the tablet which would be available in retail shops from 7 August. An ASUS spokesperson said that, official Transformer Pad Infinity retail launching date is 7 August, therefore consumers can look ahead to be able to buy from 7 August onwards.
Transformer Pad Infinity was delayed because of some stock issues. Earlier this month, an ASUS spokesperson assured to PC World Australia that, if there’re no more delays at factory level we’re expecting the stock to arrive in the middle to late July to their distributors,
then generally one week or 2 on shelf. Transformer Pad Infinity will control a higher recommended retail value in Australia than primarily expected. The Transformer Pad Infinity tablet was set to sell for $899, however will now sell for $999.
This cost consists of keyboard dock bundled in the sales package, accessory which is sold as an add-on alternative in other different markets in the world. The ASUS representative explained that, initially the price was made-up to be $899 although this has altered to $999 for 64 GB along with dock. It will launch with 64GB only, along with the possibility of 32GB relying on market requirements. ASUS originally stated the 32GB model, scheduled for release in several other international markets, which wouldn’t be sold Down Under in any way.
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