Hey everyone, The_Ryno here with an update on the Asus Padfone. ACS previously reported it was coming in April, but that has been changed. What’s the PadFone you may ask? Well, if you forgot, here is a quick run through. The PadFone was first demonstrated at the MWC convention in Barcelona this year. It was shown in all its three part Transformer-type glory as it went from a phone running stock Ice Cream Sandwich to becoming the camera on the back of the tablet that it was slid into. Then, if that wasn’t enough the tablet docks into the keyboard giving it a laptop look and feel. Now that I have refreshed your memory, to the update.
Asus has announced that the PadFone will be making its debut in Taiwan soon on May 6th. Along with the release date, prices were also revealed as follows: the PadFone itself will cost 17,990 NTD (New Taiwanese Dollar) which is approximately $631 U.S.; the phone and tablet together will be 24,980 NTD or around $877 U.S.; and lastly the phone, tablet, and dock will be 31,674 or about $977 U.S. All in all this is all happening in Taiwan so there’s no telling what might happen here in the U.S. Until then, we will look to the great leads coming from your number one choice for up to date Android news, ACSyndicate.
Full specs of the PadFone can be found >>>HERE<<<.
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