Asus does not want to miss out on the Tablets and Smartphones market and has recently announced its latest weapon of attack, the Padfone.
When the market is still adjusting to the arrival of the iPad 2 and other very powerful Smartphones, Asus announced a revolutionary product that offers a 2 in 1, and it’s extremely intuitive and simple.
Asus is trying to unite the best of both worlds, the tablet and the smartphone. The Padfone has emerged as a serious competition to the marks imposed on the market.
The system is simple: we have a tablet with a docking station where the smartphone is introduced. The smartphone becomes a tablet, with only one click, alternating between the best of both worlds. Telephone calls, 3G access, videos, productivity, etc.
The idea is pretty good and if the operation of the Padfone it’s as good as Asus says, it will surely become a guaranteed success!
3G Internet access, email management, messaging, multimedia… all applications are automatically adjusted to fit in seamlessly to the user, in the 10.1-inch screen of the tablet. On the other hand, the smartphone will have a 4.3 inch screen.
There’s still no information about the operating system, which version of Android is going to be installed.
One thing is certain… the Padfone will give much to talk.
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