Asus lately has been full of surprises. Starting from their innovative designs of tablets, which are in different ways combined with keyboards, up to the most recent PadFone.
So the latest combo is not something revolutionary,it’s not like they discovered the wheel, but it is quite a good innovation in a sense. The phone by itself has nothing special at this time; it comes with some regular options and works on Android. It has a Qualcomm Dual Core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM and option of 16/32/64 GB memory depending on the micro SD. It also has all the newest connection options like Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, micro USB and a 3.5mm audio jack. The last details are the SuperAMOLED screen that is 4.3 inch (960×540) and an 8MP camera.
So let’s start with the best features. The phone inserts in a 10 inch (1280×800) tablet which doesn’t work without it, but with the phone inside you can use it as a normal tablet. The tablet has its own front camera that is 1.3 MP and for the back camera, it uses the phones camera through a little hole in the back where the phone is inserted.
When inserted inside the phone’s battery of 1520mAh is combined with the battery of the tablet which is 6600mAh. As an addition to the tablet Asus recommends buying the keyboard dock that completes the unity and makes it a full ultrabook laptop. The dock additionally has its own battery that gives it a total of 13.000 mAh. The overall battery life is not known, but it should be more than a full day of work.
All of this completes the full experience of one of the newest “inventions” of Asus. The release date is in April but the price is not yet known.