Autistic Children feel comfortable interacting Socially with their Peers through Tablets like Transformer Pad Infinity

Transformer Pad Infinity

Transformer Pad Infinity

The onset of digital tablets like the Transformer Pad Infinity and their touch screen technology has allowed parents, teachers and several kinds of therapists to treat children with autism and other mental disability differently. For example, now they can change the break time or a snack time into a teaching session.

Children who are autistic are now able to talk to their peers by using the unique software designs on the digital tablets like Transformer Pad Infinity. Children with special needs usually tend to shirk from social interactions but now they are able to express emotionally and ask relevant questions sometimes for the first time in their life.

Many children with special needs are finding themselves quite comfortable with this growing table technology. They are more and more interested in social interactions as they feel that they are not threatened with those interactions anymore. They feel highly comfortable with tablets as their conversations are not exactly direct ones.

Asus has managed to turn the Transformer Pad Infinity into almost a mobile home theater unit. The high definition screen gives out a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The tablet can give people almost everything they need to enjoy video playback while mobile and they will be able to share with their friends. This new tablet that has come out into the market recently is being described as a good combination of emotion and function. The customers are likely to benefit from faster web browsing with smooth video playback features.

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Pros for Transformer Pad Infinity

The tablet gives out a bright and sharp display. The performance is fast with improved cameras and long battery life. There is also a good assortment of bundled apps. The design is well done in a two-piece set. The software offers Polaris Office.

Cons for Transformer Pad Infinity

The placement for speakers has been done in an awkward manner. The speaker is placed on the rear at the left side of the tablet. When people hold it in the landscape mode, then there is all the chance of them covering the speaker with their hand and muffling it. The sound quality is not that great as the bass is on the lower side. There is a distortion on the display screen with extra finger pressure. The charging of the pad is done through a proprietary forty-pin port. The tablet is heavy to hold. It is lacking integrated broadband for mobile. It is over $575 and expensive. The right shift keys on the keyboard are smaller so that people may have to adjust their style of typing. There are no keys exclusively for deleting or escaping.




Specs

  • Sonic Master Audio Technology
  • 1920 x 1200 high definition screen resolution
  • Super IPS + Panel
  • Nvidia Tegra 4 Quad-Core CPU running at 1.6 GHz
  • 10.1 inch LED Backlit
  • Redesigned 254 mm QWERTY Keyboard Dock with multi-touch pad, USB 3.0 and SDXC Card Reader.

 

 

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