ASUS is gearing up to announce the ASUS Padfone, the phone and tablet dock that converges all your main computing devices into one. They used matryoshka dolls to depict the sweet smell of covergence you’ll smell when picking up this unique package. At the end they show “1 + 1 + 1 = endless possibilities.” That, of course, means phone + tablet + keyboard dock. Crazy, isn’t it? We’re so excited to see this thing in person that we can’t contain ourselves. We’ll try not to wet our pants between now and the 27th when this thing is announced at Mobile World Congress. Stick around for full live coverage!
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