- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Ports
- Page 4: Performance
- Page 5: Screen
- Page 6: Audio
- Page 7: Camera
- Page 8: Software
- Page 9: Hackability and updates
- Page 10: Battery
- Page 11: Conclusion
Today, consumers are constantly facing a dilemma – do I need a tablet, or my smartphone is enough? I personally am facing this dilemma, where I think that something like a 7-inch tablet would be a nice complement to my Nexus 4. Asus however, took the merging step and made the PadFone. After few iterations, we get to take a look at how far Asus had come with their PadFone line of devices.
Here are some quick unboxing pictures for you to satisfy your lust for unboxings.
We got to take a look at the PadFone Infinity, which is the one that’s before the recently-updated version, the PadFone Infinity 2. The only difference is the lower clock speed of the processor and also it’s using the older Adreno 320 instead of the Adreno 330 in the PadFone Infinity.
Without further ado, let’s just right into it.