Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Asus Launches Padfone

Padfone2Asus is the latest firm to market a converged smartphone-plus-dock approach to smart phones. The Padfonecombines a smartphone and a tablet computer into one symbiotic gadget that allows users to choose the screen size that best fits their activities while sharing data and 3G Internet access.

The Padfone features a way to dock the smart phone inside the tablet to give users an expanded view. With the phone docked, it can recharge from the tablet’s larger battery and the tablet can also make use of the smartphone’s 3G Internet connection.

The dual interfaces for both the pad and phone ensure the layout is automatically adjusted for all activities such as video conferencing, web browsing and emailing.

6 comments:

Profitable Ebay Businesses said...

android is great!but nowadays it moves too fast for the general public and they are not sticking to the 1 year life on electronic gadgets,the here comes again a newly launched android phones and tablets.this is good in the long run and the competition between manufacturers is indeed what pushes innovation, and that's why there are a multitude of high-end Android devices to choose from.very interesting.thanks for sharing this.

Online Home Inspector said...

So now it is going to allow any phone to be docked into the pad, as long as it is powered by "Ics Cream Sandwich" version of Android? This seems to be a new and exciting way for tablets to go. You think Apple will look to copy android on this one, as it should be much easier for them to do, as they only have one type of phone and one tablet...

Online Home Inspector said...

This is so cool. We’re finally getting more products to work with outside of the usual giants who dominate the market with their restrictions on apps and other stuff.

Home Inspector Marketing said...

ASUS rocks, this is what I've been waiting for a long long time. I'ts like having your own tablet and mobile fuse into one. I better check this one out.

Rahul Aggarwal said...

Asus getting the press attention is obvious for the never before features of its Padfone. With no details leaked about the version of Android will be running the Padfone speculation has it that it can be expected when ICS is launched. Well, all of us are waiting for Padfone along with Ice cream sandwich!

Photography Expert said...

Good idea, but there’s no point to buying or using one if it’s just mirroring the iPhone’s screen. Better to spend the money towards an actual tablet unless this exists in a black area that utilizes an app for jailbroken iPhones that allows it to dual-boot with the iPad iOS, but that’s unlikely.

Should Telcos Stop Trying to Move Up the Stack, Across the Ecosystem?

Virtually all equity analysts subscribe to a particular view of how tier-one telcos should run their businesses. Basically, they should st...