Part smartphone, part tablet, the Asus Padfone X looks like it will feature some respectable hardware when it launches on AT&T.
The ASUS PadFone X was announced for AT&T earlier this year, on January 7th, to be exact, and it has been nearly three months on the clock without the detailed hardware specifications revealed for this particular device. ConsideringShow More Summary
ASUS left us wanting for detailed specs when it showed off the Padfone X at this year's CES -- thankfully, AT&T (its carrier) has finally spilled the beans about the 2-in-1 device. The duo's phone component has a 1,920 x 1,080 5-inch display, a...
Following up over two months after it announced the phone/tablet hybrid device at CES 2014, AT&T is revealing the hardware specs for the ASUS PadFone X. Although we still haven't been able to touch the device (it was behind glass atShow More Summary
Earlier this year, the ASUS PadFone X was announced where it was also revealed that the device would be making its way onto AT&T’s network. Heck, AT&T had also recently teased the device’s arrival, but unfortunately until today we still...Show More Summary
In January this year, AT&T made an announcement that they will sell the ASUS PadFone X sometime later this year. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, there was nothing forthcoming from AT&T since then concerning this particular device, at least until now. Show More Summary
ASUS today announced that's it's preparing an Android 4.4 KitKat update for a number of its devices. They include: All PadFone 2 models (by the end of the second quarter) PadFone Infinity (in Asia and Russia by end of Q2). PadFone A80 (in Europe by end of Q2). Show More Summary
At MWC, Alcatel was kind enough to give us a preview of its working "smartbook" prototypes. The idea isn't too far off from Motorola's doomed Lapdock or the first-gen ASUS PadFone, where an Android phone powers an otherwise brainless laptop. What's...
ASUS has an entire lineup of tablet and smartphone hybrids that it calls the PadFone. Just last month two additions were made to the lineup, the PadFone Mini and the PadFone E. Today yet another model has been launched which sticks to...Show More Summary
Apparently someone at Asus really enjoys half-decent blended Scotch. The company’s latest phone-tablet hybrid, the Padfone E, lists “Johnnie Walker Black” as a color option, along with the less-exciting “Pearl White.” I’ve reached out...Show More Summary
ASUS kitting out the Padfone range with this mid-range offering that comes in Johnny Walker Black Barely 3 weeks after dropping a bunch of new devices on us at CES, ASUS has quietly launched another new Padfone device in its native Taiwan. Show More Summary
Earlier this month ASUS announced the PadFone X and the PadFone Mini, but as it turns out it looks like AT&T has more devices up their sleeves because over in Taiwan, ASUS has officially launched the ASUS PadFone E, which based on its...Show More Summary
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It seems like everyone is making 2-in-1 devices that are tablet/notebook hybrids. Smartphone/tablet hybrids? Less common. But, ASUS has been cranking them out, and that won’t change in 2014 with the PadFone X. A follow-up to the original...Show More Summary
ASUS is shrinking down their smartphone/tablet hybrid with the PadFone mini, which shrinks down both the smartphone and tablet shell from previous versions of the PadFone and the new PadFone X that was also announced at this year’s CES. Show More Summary
We have previously written about the announcement of the model ASUS PadFone mini at home (Taiwan) market, and now at CES 2014, an international announcement of this device. In this case, the device has received a number of differences. Show More Summary
One of the many products to come from ASUS in its CES 2014 press conference was the Padfone Mini, a smaller device device based upon its phone/tablet docking hybrid system. So, unlike previous Padfone devices, the Mini has a 4-inch smartphone that docks into a 7-inch tablet. Show More Summary
[CES 2014] We have seen a slew of devices announced by the folks over at ASUS earlier today, and here is yet another device which you might actually be interested in. Subscribers to AT&T will be pleased to hear that the ASUS PadFoneShow More Summary