The line between Smartphone and Tablet has become blurred. Today at the Asus just announced the PadFone, a Smartphone that turns into a tablet, at the Cellular Globe Congress 2012 (WMC) in Barcelona, Spain. Similar to the Asus Transformer, the PadFone will be billed as one particular gadget with diverse docking Photography that turn it into a nifty tablet or a notebook with keyboard.
The PadFone Station is somewhat of the Marsupial. According to Nick Mokey, Digitial Trends, he PadFone Station ?basically just a tablet with no brains ?accepts the telephone via a trunk during the back, just like in prototypes. Asus?proprietary Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Cover Amazon Dynamic Display technological innovation allows it to precisely mirror what within the screen of your mobile phone with a larger 10.1-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution. Besides just blowing things up for easier reading and watching, the PadFone dock has a 24.4 Watt-hour battery to extend the lifestyle in the mobile phone, and its own speakers. Asus hasn nonetheless clarified whether the PadFone station will have to have a specific dock, or function with all the existing dock from the Transformer.?br />
What under the hood of your cellphone itself? The new PadFone will possess a 4.3-inch qHD AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass, an 8-megapixel rear digital camera working with a Fujifilm sensor, Samsung Galaxy S9 Cover Amazon and 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of built-in storage, with 1GB of RAM. The PadFone runs with a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor rather than the 1.5GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 powering several from the other new phones unveiled at MWC, like LG Optimus 4X and HTC Just one X. Hmmm?It does make me wonder why it didn shoot for your faster OS.
Pricing is up within the air. Asus did announce all the specifications for that new PadFone but didn give any clue as for the price of this jewel. While using the Asus Transformer dock running $160, that put the price from the whole unit at over $400, almost the charge of a new laptop. Since Amazon is selling the Kindle Fire for $200, Asus will have to price Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Covers Amazon the PadFone competitively to get in the race.
Is a 3-in-1 system worth possessing? It sounds like it would be convenient for being able to attach your phone to a docking station and have your interface stay the same. Which has a 64GB card option, the PadFone turned tablet would be fantastic, and of course there is always DropBox to maximize your additional file storage needs. I have DropBox installed on my Droid X, and every time I take a photo it automatically uploads it to DropBox for me. DropBox is accessible from any computer or tablet so the convenience is excellent. The only question for Asus now is when will the PadFone be offered.