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ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih unveiled it to a global media audience at a press conference in Milan earlier today, here’s a quick recap:

The PadFone 2 weights just 135g and measures 9mm at its thickest point. Its 4.7”, 1280 x 720 HD Super IPS+ display uses scratch-resistant Corning® Fit Glass. 

Its 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM giving a great processing power and the ability to shoot 13-megapixel photographs at 6fps for 100 consecutive shots and record 1080p HD video at 30fps, or 720p HD video at 60fps.

The 2140mAh battery provides up to 16 hours 3G talk-time and 13 hours Wi-Fi web browsing. 

The PadFone 2 docks with its unique PadFone 2 Station to become a lightweight, but fully featured, 10.1” tablet. It weights just 649g combined with both PadFone 2 and PadFone 2 Station. Also, The PadFone 2 Station’s battery has enough capacity to recharge the docked PadFone 2 three times over.

Looks like a huge improvement from the first PadFone, What do you think?

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Pad phone also had a screen and keyboard option … did not see it here… wondering if they dropped it, since Motorola dropped their option …  But great concept. 

    If we are moving away from keyboards, then that must mean the predictive and touch technologies for typing is going to improve dramatically. 

    I like this concept, as long as the battery for the phone lasts, and the tablet has a battery to help supplement the phone when docked, it might be a winning combination.  

  2. Pad phone also had a screen and keyboard option … did not see it here… wondering if they dropped it, since Motorola dropped their option …  But great concept. 

    If we are moving away from keyboards, then that must mean the predictive and touch technologies for typing is going to improve dramatically. 

    I like this concept, as long as the battery for the phone lasts, and the tablet has a battery to help supplement the phone when docked, it might be a winning combination.

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