Asus Fonepad: a tad separately




Asus Fonepad: a tad separately

Introduction: separate concepts

Leave it to Asus about to come. With separate concepts to come In recent years, the manufacturer phone and tablet combined in PadFone, Asus built the Taichi laptop with two screens and put his Transformer tablet with keyboard dock a true trend. Last February, the Fonepad announced, a little less eccentric concept, but still a tad separately.

The Fonepad initially seems a normal 7 “tablet, but just above the screen is a speaker and a microphone sits down, just like a phone. And the tablet has room for a micro-SIM card, just like a telephone. You can so call it, like a phone, hence the name: Fonepad.

In our first encounter with the Fonepad at the Mobile World Congress we were not convinced of the usefulness of a 7 “phone.’s Fonepad is more than that. Thanks to the 3G support is also a compact tablet that you can move use. therefore In this review we examine whether the Fonepad really is a replacement for the phone, such as Asus claims, or that he should come into its own as a mobile tablet.


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