ASUS has just put out a teaser video that is just ambiguous enough to be anything. What stands out near the end, however, is the word thin, leaving the door open for a new thin tablet, or maybe even a smartphone.
Over across the pond, Google and ASUS are doing a promotion to entice would-be buyers of a Nexus 7 2013 tablet. Anyone in the UK who purchases the 16 GB variant of that device will earn ₤50 worth of credits in Google Play Store.
There are ads and there are ads. And there are ads that you sometimes wish weren't. AT&T has chosen to regale us with another ad attempting to sell the PadFone X as something cool, forgetting the one piece that really makes it cool: an actual launch date.
ASUS may yet be getting another one of its PadFone hybrids inside the country. While we're still waiting for AT&T to give the green light for the PadFone X, another device was seen at the FCC, sporting some rather curious, if not disappointing, features.
AT&T has once again released a video ad that touts the benefits of the ASUS PadFone X. Unfortunately, with 4 months having passed since its unveiling, the carrier is still quite mum on when its customers will be able to avail of this device's hybrid goodness.
ASUS is finally bringing its new ZenFone smartphone series to the market, but it isn't doing it first in primary regions. These Intel-powered devices are first landing on the shelves of stores and retailers in Southeast Asia, specifically in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
Paving the way for an impending launch, AT&T has released the hardware information for the ASUS PadFone X to whet users' appetites. Since the rather impressive specs match everything we already know about the device, all we really need now is the actual availability date and price.
ASUS' smartphone/tablet hybrid will soon be ready for the US market if this latest appearance is any indication. The rather odd PadFone X was just spotted at the FCC, hinting to its nearing arrival on AT&T's catalog.
As you may expect, neither Google nor Microsoft are happy about dual booting devices. Both feel it takes away form what they have on offer, and has the potential to confuse customers. Asus had an Android/Windows device in the works, but has reportedly shelved it due to pressure form both Google and Microsoft.