A charming little tablet yet an interesting phoning device was launched during this year’s World Mobile Convention in Barcelona, Spain. This is the new Asus FonePad. In the crowds of Apple, Samsung, Lenovo; Asus may be a back sitter….but not anymore. The excellent FonePad as shown and reviewed by us is a magnificent piece of techno creation. Standing neck to neck to Google’s Nexus 7, this FonePad is no joke!
The smart classy metal cased FonePad of Asus is slim (10.4mm), extremely portable (340g) and ergonomically built for easy grip. Though not available in the markets, the FonePad might come out during the middle of 2013, first in the UK, then Asia-Pacific and later at US. Containing an Intel Atom Z2420 processor of 1.2GHz and 1GB RAM, the yet to release Asus FonePad has a brilliant 7 inch display with a resolution of 1,280×800 pixels. The radiance of viewing the FonePad is fascinating due to its sharp graphics system controlled by PowerVR GX540 GPU. Though the OS is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the FonePad bears some of the manufacturer’s own applications. Nonetheless useful, the apps include SuperNote Lite for handwritten notes or gaming, 5GB of cloud storage in the Asus’ WebStorage Online, multitasking opportunity and MS Office editing features. This a bit bigger smartphone comes with microphone attached headphones for phone calling. Having a battery capacity of nine hour at a stretch, the FonePad is also equipped with 16GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 32GB through micro SD card slots. To top it all, the gadget bears a 1.2 megapixel camera in the front for easy video conferencing.