ASUS PadFone X (without dock)

[Deal] Unlocked ASUS PadFone X for $79.99 (without dock)

The #ASUS #PadFoneX in a 16GB configuration is now available from eBay for just $79.99. This smartphone hybrid was originally launched a couple of years ago, which explains the relatively low cost. But all things considered, the pricing of $79.99 is fairly attractive, especially given the kind of hardware it’s packing under the hood. Even

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 PadFone X coming to AT&T on June 6th for $199 on-contract

The PadFone X, the latest in ASUS’ lineup of smartphones that can turn into tablets in a blink of an eye, was officially announced for AT&T in January this year, but the carrier has continuously delayed letting us know when it actually plans to start selling the device. Well, that’s changing today — AT&T has announced

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 X Spotted At The FCC, Arriving At AT&T Soon

Last January AT&T announced that it will be carrying the upcoming Asus PadFone X and even showed a photo of the device on a Twitter post earlier this month. The company however hasn’t provided the full details yet such as pricing and date of release as its website only says that the device is coming

CES 2014 Preview and Rumor Roundup (Revisited and Updated)

In a way, the scheduling of the year’s first major electronics and technology event just as everyone is struggling to sober up recuperate after Christmas and New Year celebrations is legitimately unfortunate. More so as it’s become a tradition for many key CES players to jump the gun and lay all their cards on the