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Would anyone pick one of these up , if it were to come to sprint, or Another carrier? I like the thought about it. Could raise questions about a separate data plan for the device, since it can be used as a tablet. But What are the thoughts about it? Good? Bad? Right direction? I personally think that the tablet dock station should have a battery built in it, so it doesn't drain the actual phone battery. 

 

Here is the Cnet Review of it: http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/asus-padfone-september-2013/4505-6452_7-35827814.html

 Best info I could find for it at the time, I just was curious as I stumbled upon it early this morning, so I did not get much time to find any info about it. 

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I think this looks really nice tbh. It's a clever idea, BUT! I like having my phone and tablet separate. I normally do studying on my tablet and look up facts and answers on my phone. That way I don't have to switch between study guides and browsers.

 

Another company who I think is making some pretty nice phones is Lenovo. But they don't sell here in the US :'(

 

 

-Luis

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My son is keeping an eye out for one at a reasonable price. He likes odd or quirky things like this.Robert via Samsung Note 8.0 using Tapatalk Pro

See I would buy this in a heartbeat If the price was right. But I think using the cellphone battery is a turn off. They did get it right though with the microsd card slot. I like the idea. How much do you think this would cost for the full set up?
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See I would buy this in a heartbeat If the price was right. But I think using the cellphone battery is a turn off. They did get it right though with the microsd card slot. I like the idea. How much do you think this would cost for the full set up?

 

I have no idea.

 

Robert

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