Best Android hybrids, convertibles, laptops and multi-purpose PCs

They said Android is limited. Impractical to use on a larger than 10-inch screen. Worthless with physical keyboards, and utterly inoperable on “full-on” computing machines. They scoffed at the idea of mainstream Android laptops, which was filed under megalomaniac fantasies from overly imaginative, reality-disconnected nerds. Well, we showed them. And by we, I mean a

Asus flaunts international PadFone S hybrid ahead of Computex

With precisely a week left until the debut of Computex 2014, Asus is beginning to find it hard to keep its cards close to the chest. The June 3-7 technology fair in Taipei will no doubt see a host of new Asus-made gizmos come to light, including several LTE-enabled Zenfones. Also, a fresh entry into

ASUS Padfone Keyboard

ASUS Padfone with a keyboard dock spotted at the FCC

ASUS’ Padfone series of devices are renowned for their unique concept and has been widely successful for the company over the past couple of years. And it seems like ASUS is prepping the launch of a new one as a similar device has cropped up at the FCC. What’s interesting about this device though is the

Huawei Phopad

Huawei PhoPad could be new phablet at CES 2014

The Huawei PhoPad is the latest in a line of what appears to be a surprisingly large number of permutations that can be created from the words tablet, smartphone, and pad. Already, we have the generic phablet, which we use to refer to smartphones that are around five inches and above; the fonblet, which Samsung

Ancestor to the Phablet: The ASUS PadFone

Credit: PocketLint ASUS just revealed its “PadFone Infinity” at Mobile World Congress (MWC), and Android Authority posed numerous questions to ASUS’s executive marketing director about the product itself. We know that the PadFone Infinity will have a front-facing, 2-megapixel camera and a 13-megapixel, rear-facing camera (for the smartphone), that will also run Android 4.1 Jelly

Asus Padfone and Padfone 2, Compared

Asus has just made the Padfone 2 official in an event in Taiwan. It is the second attempt of Asus to entice consumers with a hybrid device that has the smartphone docking into a tablet. So how does the second Padfone compare with the first? Asus made numerous changes on the original Padfone to make

Asus Padfone 2 Announced Online, Slated For Oct 16

Those who are excited to set their sights on the successor of the Asus Padfone will be delighted to check out this official announcement. On the Asus website, the company has put up a teaser for the upcoming arrival of the Padfone 2, with the words “It’s intuitive!” and “It’s coming on October 16.” Moreover,