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Asus PadFone - The Revolutionary Three-In-One Gadget

Imam Sulaeman

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If you're looking for the Android smartphone, tablet and netbook in a single device, then the Asus PadFone will probably meet up with your need. This can be another leading-edge and talented gadget from the Taiwanese vendor just after getting a great success and response for the Asus Transformer Prime launching. This gadget can also be deemed as being the very first product to present the hybrid model. Thus, let us have a peek at the below tech specifications of Asus PadFone for your own consideration.


The design of Asus PadFone is basically consisted of smartphone, tablet computer and netbook computer that may be very similar with the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga model. The visible difference is that PadFone comes with the smartphone container at the back side, so the mobile phone is detachable. The tablet/netbook's display measures 10.1-inch capacitive touch screen with 1280x800 resolution, 16 million colors and multi-touch feature.

The mobile phone itself comes with the 4.3 inches Super AMOLED qHD display with 960x540 pixels together with Gorilla Glass technology. Happily, the tablet has its own source of energy and then the screen is basically powered by the smartphone. The device comes with the measurement of 128 x 65.4 x 9.2 millimeters and body-weight of about 129 gr whilst the tablet is around 595 gr. There will be also the keyboard dock anytime you need to use it as the Android laptop.

General Functionality

The smartphone has Android ICS together with the dual-core 1.5 Ghz Snapdragon S4 processor and also 1 GB of RAM. The tablet itself has been loaded with Android v.30 (Honeycomb). When the smartphone and tablet is joined together, you'll have the appearance of the common Android 4.0 tablet. This means that you are able to navigate the smartphone immediately throughout the tablet when it is attached. To backup the overall operation, the handset has been added with the standard Li-ion battery of 1520 mAh. For the storage space, you will see the microSD card slot on the tablet for extra memory as much as 32 GB.

Camera Specifications

At the time you operate the Asus PadFone as the mobile phone, you will get the 8 MP rear camera with the LED flash, Fuji image processor as well as the VGA front camera for video calling. Then again, the tablet delivers 5 MP main camera with 2592x1944 pixels, auto-focus as well as geo-tagging functions. The tablet also includes the 1.3 megapixels front camera for video calls.

Data Access and Connections

For the data access, the tablet runs on GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA as well as HSUPA networks. The Asus PadFone phone uses GPRS, WCDMA, EDGE and also HSPA network which contains the download speeds of up to 42 Mbps. Remarkably, there'll be the 1 SIM card for the Three devices functionality contained in this gadget. In terms of the wireless connections, you'll have the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP together with the high-speed microUSB v2.0 on the tablet. The benefit comprised on the mobile phone is the higher version of Bluetooth namely the 4.0 version.

Selling price and Final Thoughts

The Asus PadFone is actually estimated to have the price range of about $700. This is very expensive but however you'll be provided with several benefits such as the three-in-one gadget with 1 SIM card for 3 devices functionalities and also the super-fast internet speed as many as 42 Mbps throughout the LTE network.

Imam Sulaeman is one of the authors at Paseban Portal . Visit the blog to get more information, review and tips about Android smartphones at .


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