Lets be honest, phone unboxing videos can get a bit boring, but we doubt any of you will be bored while watching a 17 minute video unboxing of the ASUS Padfone and its tablet and keyboard docking extensions.
On its own, the ASUS Padfone is a fairly powerful device, featuring a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED ... Read More »
Heading into Mobile World Congress, the ASUS Padfone was one of the devices that I was most looking forward to playing with. I loved the ASUS Transformer Prime, so I figured the Padfone could be a hit too. However, what I found in Barcelona did not impress me.
The modular concept of the ... Read More »
It has been a while since ASUS unveiled the its tablet/phone hybrid PadFone. But at Mobile World Congress, the manufacturer has finally put an end to the waiting, officially announcing almighty ASUS PadFone will be released come April.
Expectations have changed over time, and this device is not as powerful as we used ... Read More »
When Asus announced the Padfone last year, many of us questioned the success of such an odd device. Who wants a phone that plugs into a tablet-sized display? Then Asus released their Transformer series of tablets with attachable keyboard docks and people saw the advantages of their modular design.
Asus went back to the drawing ... Read More »
The Asus Padfone has been a long time in the making, but we should finally see the final design at Mobile World Congress on February 27th, according to a report from Paul O’Brien of Modaco. The first of its kind innovation allows the user to dock their smartphone into a tablet ... Read More »
Earlier this month we reported that the Asus Padfone would be one of the first devices to feature Qualcomm’s new 28nm Snapdragon S4 processor and today some information from GLBenchmark seems to confirm that. The guys from Netbookitalia.it spotted a benchmark result for the Padfone that reveals ... Read More »
Most consumers could care less which processor is inside their phone, but to the early adopters it’s often seen as the most important hardware specification of any upcoming device. When we survey the first half of 2012, the two most compelling parts will be NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4. ... Read More »
Which company will deliver the first quad-core Tegra 3 Android smartphone and when will it be available? I originally predicted it would happen this year, and it looked to be on track when NVIDIA unveiled Tegra 3, saying it would arrive in tablets by August with smartphones to follow by ... Read More »
A smartphone compatible with a laptop dock? Old news. An Android device that slides into a video game controller? Meh. A tablet-phone? Next. All three combined? You might be on to something.
Announced quietly at IFA (without an event or lawsuit to bolster attention), Korean-based company KT’s Spider Concept ... Read More »
ASUS is really making a name for itself within the Android world of late, proving that it is not always necessary to give up specs for low prices. They have definitely usurped center stage at times, announcing and releasing products that are affordable, innovative, and just as powerful as the competition. First seen at Read More »