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  1. jeremyvbk

    New Asus PadFone

    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.
  2. Although it wasn't confirmed by Google or Asus, sources for Digitimes have revealed that Asus will build the rumored 7 inch Nexus tablet aimed squarely at the budget market currently dominated by Kindle Fire. Even though the Xoom didn't really blow any doors off when it was released, the partnership on this tablet can put Asus even further "on the map" as an Android tablet manufacturer. The honeycomb platform was good for advancing Android tablets, but people want their phone and tablet on the same operating system. It is a pain to even switch off between Sense and Touchwiz, let alone Gingerbread and Honeycomb. The combination of a budget-friendly tablet and premium construction from Asus should sell in mass and could steal away iPad customers on a budget, where the Kindle Fire has failed thanks to some features absent from the Fire. Now we just need some leaks on the specs. Source http://www.digitimes...20308PD215.html
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