Brings a brave idea to reality.
Zen design on PadFone looks and feels top notch.
Solid performance on both phone and station.
Snappy switching between the two.
Great overall performance.
Good design and handling.
Beautiful Super AMOLED display.
Tablet is way too bulky.
Pen stylus might not be such a good idea.
Back cover gets warm easily.
By 5FWD on November 26, 2012
Is it a phone, is it a tablet? Actually, it's both - and one's hiding inside the other. Namely a mobile that slotted into a tablet’s shell to provide the guts. Now there’s a sequel on the way, and it looks like it’ll hit...80
By Mobile88 on October 16, 2012
SMARTPHONES and tablets have become essential parts of our daily lives. So, it's no surprise that Asus has created a device that does double duty. The popular Taiwan hardware manufacturer's PadFone is an Android smartphone that transforms into...-
By InsideHW on October 10, 2012
ASUS is one of the larger IT companies that have managed to reinforce its portfolio and expand it to the portable device market with success. Last year provided us with the chance to hang out with their tablets such as Transformer and Slider, while...-
By Tech2 on October 06, 2012
The Asus PadFone retails for Rs. 65,000 and as part of the package, you get the phone, the station, the keyboard and the stylus headset. This makes it the most expensive Android smartphone in India. But is it worth it? Well, not really and here's...65
By DigitalVersus on September 20, 2012
We would have given the PadFone all five stars, if it weren't for an accumulation of minor errors (such as the smartphone resolution, its battery life when not plugged in to the tablet and the sometimes over-the-top colours). But that aside, the...80
By CNET Australia on August 23, 2012
The PadFone is a great idea, and it features a fantastic battery life when combined with its accessories. However, while the concept is cool, we think users may find the entire combination...80
By Phone Arena on August 14, 2012
The Asus PadFone is the first attempt to bring to life an exciting idea. The idea of having just one device powering your computing needs. And we love that notion. Despite what Asus achieved with the PadFone, this attempt alone is worth applause - it...70
By Good Gear Guide on August 01, 2012
The ASUS Padfone, an Android phone that docks into a tablet shell, is one of the most interesting mobility products we've ever seen. Unfortunately using the Padfone on a daily basis simply feels like an unfinished product in desperate need of both a...45
By Engadget on June 12, 2012
More InfoShocker! ASUS to launch PadFone at Mobile World Congress, we'll be there! (update: hands-on video) ASUS PadFone formally unveiled: 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon S4 CPU, ICS, HSPA+, coming in April ASUS PadFone hands-on (video)...-
By HardwareZone.com on May 14, 2012
In a move that goes against the quad-core trend, ASUS opts for a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5GHz processor for the PadFone. What benefits does Qualcomm offer that other mobile processors in the market don't? Based on Qualcomm's...85