Asus has confirmed its new Transformer Pad Infinity tablet will be released in the UK on 31 August retailing for £600.
The device was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics show in January and had been given a tentative August release date.
The tablet is Asus's follow up to the popular Transformer Prime and is the company's latest top-end tablet.
Asus claimed the tablet is the world's first Full HD Android, featuring a full HD 1920x1200 Super IPS+ display with Corning Gorilla Glass 2 that boasts 178-degree viewing angles.
The device will also feature the same Qwerty keyboard docking station synonymous with all Transformer series tablets.
The dock reportedly boosts the tablet's basic 9.5 hour battery life to 14 hours and features its own multi-touch touchpad and USB/SD card ports.
The device is powered by a meaty 1.6GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core T33 CPU and runs using Google's Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system - not the latest 4.1 Jelly Bean version seen on the new Nexus 7 budget tablet.
The Infinity also packs an 8MP rear camera with auto-focus and an LED flash, which is capable of recording full HD 1080p video at 30fps, backed up by a 2MP front-facing unit.
As a standalone tablet, the device measures in at 263x181x8.5mm and weighs 598g. The device will be available in 32GB or 64GB storage models. Check back with V3 in the future for a full review of the device.
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