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Old December 14th, 2012, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just want to say I like my tablet alot but think it could be way better. So Infinity owners, what would you change about your tablet if you were in charge? One thing I would do is put the speakers in front, maybe one in all four corners and even a couple in the keyboard. I would also make sure all the bugs were worked out before I released it to the general public. I really hate to say this but I don't hear many Ipad owners complaining about their tablets. But something that amuses me is they say "everything syncs with my Iphone and they work so well together" like Android products don't . Maybe they just don't know there are better things out there . Sorry for the jab The fit and finish on this thing is awesome imo. I've got an annoying black line that flashes across the screen from time to time, it needs to go away. I'm getting tired so that's all I've got now.

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I agree with having at least one speaker on the front. Volume is so soft even at max when trying to watch something. Coming from the 201, the battery life is terrible due to the higher resolution and the IO problems that have plagued the 700. So having a bigger battery in the tablet and/or keyboard would have been nice even if thickness increased.
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I'll most likely be changing tablets! I'm not impressed with the TF700.

I love my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phone and will look into the Note tablet.
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Battery life is the only thing I would change. Pisses me off that I have to charge almost as much as my old Thunderbolt.
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I'll most likely be changing tablets! I'm not impressed with the TF700.

I love my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phone and will look into the Note tablet.
I'd look at the Samsung Nexus......

Why would you make the switch, though? Expensive otherwise I might for "fun".

I mean, what is the functionality problem that troubles you?
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Old December 17th, 2012, 05:08 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I have no issue with battery life and get up to three days between charges even in Performance Mode. To fix the speaker volume, get the paid version of Equalizer and make two Presets, +10 and +15. The latter will blow you away!
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TB, which Equalizer are you using (who makes it)? There are several where the name is 'Equalizer'.
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Equalizer by Smart Android Apps LLC, plus the Unlock Key.

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