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ASUS Padfone X review | Engadget


After three years and three Padfones, ASUS has finally brought its curious phone/tablet hybrid to the US in the form of the $200 (with contract, anyway) Padfone X.
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  1. How often is that problem with the switching from phone to tablet mode really going to matter! If I was going to use either the tablet of phone I most likely will have decided that before I even turned the device on and launched the app. Hench its a non issue in the first place. Every reviewer makes this sound like its a huge problem with the device but its only a big problem when you are constantly changing apps and switching from phone to tablet and back again. Who is going to do that! You get home and sit on the couch pop your phone in the tablet and start surfing or watching media. And in normal use cases the device will work flawlessly!  Just my 2 cents.

  2. I think the phone is better off by itself than having to dock. The phone's specs are way better than the zenfone line

  3. This is definitely something I'm going to get soon. I never found a viable reason to own a tablet. Any android app I use works well enough on my phone that i have now (GS3) and i have my laptop for productivity/multimedia on the go. I also just couldn't justify having pay for another data plan if i wanted to get online with it and I'm nowhere near a wireless i trust.

    With this i can have a bit of the tablet experience without having to add another device i need to manage. With the keyboard i can do a bit of productivity also. I already have a writer app on my phone but now i can type away when i want to without feeling so restricted when i don't have my laptop, which is often. I only bring it with me when traveling (long distance with overnights stay), school or if i planned  to do some work away from home in advanced.

    The only thing that could make this better is it came with a nice precises pen like the surface pro 3 or have it compatible with the Wacom bamboo stylus.

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