• ASUS Padfone Mini

    The ASUS Padfone Mini is the 4th device in ASUS's Padfone series. The Padfone offers users a 2-in-1 phone and tablet experience with a functioning phone that can slide into a tablet shell. Because the tablet is powered from the battery, processor, and internals of the phone, the consumer pays less while getting the functionality of two devices.

    The Padfone Mini has a 4.3-inch screen with qHD resolution, a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and more. That phone slides into a 7-inch tablet body that has a 1280 x 800 display and an added 2,500mAh battery.

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    ASUS adds three new affordable Zenfones, and the Padfone Mini

    ASUS has announced a bevy of new smartphones at their CES press event today. The main focus was the affordable Zenfone lineup, which consists of the ASUS Zenfone 4, Zenfone 5, and Zenfone 6.   All of these devices utilize Intel’s dual-core Atom chipsets, which means they’re meant to be a rather affordable bunch. Here’s […]

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    ASUS reveals Padfone Mini, a 4.3-inch phone that fits into a 7-inch tablet dock

    ASUS has announced a new addition in their unique Padfone series. This one is called the Padfone infinity, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. What you’ll get is a 4.3-inch phone with qHD resolution, a 1.4GHz Snapdragon MSM8226 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and a 1,500 mAh battery. That phone […]

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    ASUS Padfone Mini Press Picture Renders Leak

    There was the original ASUS Padfone and Padfone 2, most recently the Padfone Infinity, and we’re set to see the ASUS Padfone Mini on December 11th. Now, for the first time, we’re seeing press renders of exactly how the Padfone Mini will look:

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    ASUS to unveil Padfone Mini at December 11th event in Taiwan

    ASUS has issued invites for an event to take place next week and they are making no secret about what to expect. A smaller Padfone could reduce pricing hurdles, but will the concept ever catch on?