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Friday, 27 July 2012 09:29

Transformer Infinity gets to Germany, Austria

Written by Fuad Abazovic



€719 for 64GB version with dock


The lucky few who have already already ordered the Transformer Pad Infinity from select retailers in Austria and Germany should start seeing their devices as soon as today, July 27, but more likely as of Monday.

The only available option is to get the 64GB version with the keyboard dock and it will cost you a heft €719. You can find them listed here.

A quick talk with a few big DACH distributors has revealed that there are very few of these devices available for this quite big 100 million plus market, and there is no real word that it will get better soon.

Many companies are taking preorders including DiTech.at that hopes to ship you one on Monday, June 30th, but at this time there are no guarantees that this will take place as planned.

It is getting really hard to get an Android alternative with an HD display, something that might have a display as handsome as Apple’s Retina, but we can only assume that manufactures such as Asus are to blame.

You can check out the listings here and here.




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