ASUS PadFone2
Published on January 27, 2013 By 2of3 In Mobile Tech

I posted this link on FB.

 

I could almost see myself owning something like this.

 

 

http://www.asus.com/Tablet_Mobile/PadFone2/


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on Jan 27, 2013

What do you think?

on Jan 27, 2013

I think it sounds great, have to read about it more for sure. Oh, and here is the link to the page that is all in English:

http://www.asus.com/Tablet_Mobile/PadFone2/

 

One drawback though, it is only 3G speed. Bummer.

Oh wait, I found the specifications and it does indeed do 4G! Yeah!

 

4G:
LTE:
800/1800/2600

 

Hmmmm, but its battery can't be removed???? Here's a product review link: http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phones/asus-padfone-2/4505-6454_7-35492212.html

on Jan 27, 2013

LightStar
I think it sounds great, have to read about it more for sure. Oh, and here is the link to the page that is all in English:

http://www.asus.com/Tablet_Mobile/PadFone2/[/quote]

 

Doh! Sorry about the Norwegian link....added to the OP Thanks, Tom

on Jan 27, 2013

It looks like a good concept and I'm sure it will be improved upon by ASUS themselves or another company.

on Jan 27, 2013

The phone installs on the back of the pad? Wow!

On my gots to get list currently set for 2020.

on Jan 27, 2013

I does look like a smart way to unify the two devices and it is from a well respected company. Definitely a "what will they think of next" item!

on Jan 27, 2013

The phone itself has very impressive specs with one of the best screens out there. I like also the fact that the tablet part has it's own battery......it actually charges your phone when they're coupled together!

on Jan 27, 2013

It looks like a great idea...  and one that I could easily embrace if it were a Windows 8 phone and pad.  I have an Android tablet and phone, and frankly, they're look and feel quite boring now I've experienced Win 8 on my new Nokia Lumia 820.  I will be in the market for a new tablet in a few months time, so if this comes in a Win 8 flavour as well it might be a consideration.

on Jan 27, 2013

I think I want one!!   

on Jan 27, 2013

What do you think?

 

i don't, it hurts.

on Jan 27, 2013

Would be seriously intriguing if the tablet was also usable without the phone inserted.

on Jan 27, 2013

Why wouldn't it be?

on Jan 27, 2013

Next apple will make one and say we invented it. The tech media will praise them saying Apple is the most innovative company ever. They will slobber all over it saying can they ever beat this. LOL.

on Jan 27, 2013

Why wouldn't it be?

They call the 'tablet' a 'PadFone Station' and it turns off when the phone is removed.  Saw nothing anywhere indicating the 'station' could be used as an independent device without the phone inserted.

I like the concept, but I'm concerned that in actual use it would be a bit awkward.  Could be wrong.

on Jan 27, 2013

aunteachrist
Quoting 2of3, reply 1What do you think?

 

i don't, it hurts.
I had a thought once.....it got lonely and left.

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