Asus will finally pull out the Padfone that they’ve been pimping since May 2011 during last year’s Computex. This was confirmed when they sent out invites to a press event they’ll be holding at the Mobile World Mobile in February.
Just a quick update regarding the PadFone device that Asus previewed at Computex back in May: According to a source (as told to Engadget), the Asus PadFone will be powered by NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 CPU (and not a by a Qualcomm S4 chip as previously expected), and will be officially unveiled at the Mobile
Thanks to a leak that spilled the beans on Asus’ Padfone device earlier, it’s not much of a surprise anymore. But hey, at least now it’s official. Asus has introduced the Padfone, the hybrid device that they’ve been teasing since last week, at Computex. It’s basically a 4.3-inch smartphone that slots into a 10.1-inch display,
Apparently, we all got it wrong. When word broke out last week that Asus trademarked a PadFone name, we thought it was some sort of hybrid tablet-phone thing. You know, a single in-between device that either looks like a compact tablet that can make calls, or an oversized phone with a screen that’s so big
Asus is prepping some a phone-tablet hybrid device, probably several models. From all the teasers they recently put out, that much wasn’t much of a surprise. C’mon, “Break the rules: Pad or phone?” It’s pretty obvious that they’re planning to release some kind of pad-phone (or phone-pad), right? A recent application at the USPTO confirmed