They also announced the Transformer Pad Infinity 700 Series which is basically the good old(still unavailable) Transformer Prime TF700T. But some things do differ inside the tablet. The tablet will now run on Qualcomm’s dual-core MSM 8960 Snapdragon S4 processor. But this does not mean Tegra 3 has been ditched by the company after showcasing the quad-core chip from Nvidia at CES this year. The Snapdragon processor will be used in the 3G/4G tablets and the Tegra 3 will power the WiFi-only tablets. Moreover, it also has Gorilla Glass 2, which was earlier Gorilla Glass 1 screen. The big upgrade here is the screen resolution which has been blown upto 1920×1200, from the 1200×800 in the Transformer Prime TF700T.
There is also a lower-spec Transformer Pad which is the original Transformer Pad with some fancy new covers. You can read about it here. In case you are excited about a phone that is also a tablet and also a virtual netbook, read here!
The Transformer Prime or rather the Transformer Pad Infinity 700 just got a bit more attractive to us geeks who are awaiting it dearly.