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If you liked ASUS' PadFone X but weren't willing to pay that much for the combination of an Android smartphone with a tablet shell, AT&T might soon have what you're looking for. The carrier is bringing the PadFone X mini to the US on October 24th, when it will sell for $200 to GoPhone's prepai...

October 15th 2014 at 12:01am 0 Comments
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AT&T promised back in January that it would launch ASUS' PadFone X hybrid, but the device has been stuck in limbo ever since -- the carrier hasn't given out much more than specs for the phone-and-tablet combo. Today, though, there's finally a date to mark on your calendar. The PadFone X should...

May 28th 2014 at 10:27am 0 Comments
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When we last hung out with ASUS CEO Jerry Shen, the exec expressed his support for bringing back the keyboard dock to the PadFones, which would mean you'd get three form factors with one product: a phone, a tablet and a laptop. Now, we have a leak confirming that this is definitely in the works. C...

May 5th 2014 at 8:11am 0 Comments
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ASUS has big ambitions with its PadFones, a unique phone-to-tablet convertible concept that was first introduced back at Computex 2011. While these devices are barely nibbling on the global mobile market (let alone entering the US), the company still stands by its "N+1" philosophy: "to add on a si...

December 10th 2013 at 11:53pm 0 Comments
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We only just got a whiff of a smaller version of ASUS' odd PadFone series as it passed through certification, and now serial leaker @evleaks can show us what it looks like. As its name indicates, the ASUS PadFone Mini 4.3 shrinks the phone part of the device from 5-inches to a more mainstream size...

December 7th 2013 at 2:04am 0 Comments
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ASUS's PadFone hybrid Android tablet/phone series, weird as it is, seems to have found itself a niche. As such, the Taiwanese outfit looks ready to launch a new model, the PadFone Mini, according to a listing in the Global Certification Forum (GSF). That jibes with CEO Jerry Shen's earlier comment...

December 5th 2013 at 10:45am 0 Comments