Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2012-06-12
Updated on:Nov 29, 2014
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Superb Performer with an outstanding display
On the connectivity front, Asus PadFone includes 3G, Bluetooth, WiFi, USB, GPS and HDMI as its features. It has been fueled with a 1520 mAh battery
Asus PadFone has got such a configuration that make it stay long in the list of desires of the buyers. However, at such a high price point, it may surely be something that should thought twice before buying. Thus, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Sony Xperia Z may also be considered at a lower price point.
Overall Expert Rating (3.4 Out of 5 based on 9 ratings)
It`s been a long ride for the PadFone. ASUS` last smartphone was the Android 2.1-powered A10 from two years ago, then five months later the company ended its smartphone partnership with Garmin (though they`re still friends). The next thing we knew, the outfit was openly considering Windows Phone, but obviously nothing came to fruition despite its E600 engineering units floating about in the wild. Meanwhile, a bunch of Android Eee Pads started ent...
Until I held it my hands, I almost didn\'t believe it was a real product. The Asus PadFone has been shown a number of different times over the last 12 months, and though it\'s finally available in Taiwan after a big reveal at Mobile World Congress, the bizarre transforming device remains a bit of a mystery here in the states. The PadFone is the evolution of the idea brought to market by the Motorola Atrix. Your phone acts as the hub for all your ...
Pros: Fantastic modular design concept Great performance in phone mode Lots of useful accessories Incredible battery life
Cons: Tablet performance is lacking Unremarkable displays Ecosystem quickly gets heavy and cumbersome
The ASUS PadFone is a highly versatile hybrid smartphone that can transform into a tablet and even a netbook when docked with the PadFone Station and Station Dock respectively. Is the all-in-one package a viable option in a market dominated by slim and lightweight devices? Read on to find out....
Asus is back for round two with the thinner, lighter and faster Padfone 2....
Verdict: The Asus Padfone 2 is thinner, lighter and faster than the original Padfone and has significantly upgraded internals. There`s no word yet on an Australian release date or pricing, so watch this space....
The Asus PadFone is a pretty unique device u2013 it`s a combination of a phone and a tablet chassis, powered by that phone. The idea is that you already have huge processing power in your handset, so why need to buy another device with similar specs when......
Pros: Brings a brave idea to reality ; Zen design on PadFone looks and feels top notch ; Solid performance on both phone and station, snappy switching between the two
Cons: Tablet is way too bulky ; Overpriced ; Pen stylus might not be such a good idea
Verdict: The Asus PadFone is the first attempt to bring to life an exciting idea. The idea of having just one device powering your computing needs. And we love that notion. Despite what Asus achieved with the PadFone, this attempt alone is worth applause - it...
Overall User Rating (2 Out of 5 based on 4 ratings)
Best Features: all in one
Pros: new concept
Overall: it is going to be status symbol