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    Default The ASUS Padfone mini

    What do you guys think of it? Who would get one?
    From what I have seen I wouldn't mind having one.

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    The PadFone concept is nice because any files stored or cached on the phone are automatically present on the tablet, and the need for a hotspot or built-in mobile data connectivity is also eliminated. Though it isn't something I can realistically buy, I certainly would, finances permitting.
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    Default Re: The ASUS Padfone mini

    Good point about the tethering, or should I say the lack of needing it.

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    Default Re: The ASUS Padfone mini

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Schroedl View Post
    The PadFone concept is nice because any files stored or cached on the phone are automatically present on the tablet, and the need for a hotspot or built-in mobile data connectivity is also eliminated. Though it isn't something I can realistically buy, I certainly would, finances permitting.
    So this. And following that through, it means all the apps you have for one you have for the "other." Also you only have to put up with one device constantly updating itself.

    At only $250 for a modest phone and tablet... wow. I'm just curious to see if they've gotten the chunk down from previous Padfones. This one looks about the right size for my tastes.

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