ASUS Padfone Android phone

ASUS Padfone review: A nice idea that's poorly executed

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Bob

5.0

1

Pros
Why have a tablet and phone
Cons
None
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Are you guys stupid or something??? Seriously thats the most god awful review ever. The home screen doesn't stutter when the phone is docked any more than it does in phone mode. And how can John review something which he doesnt own. $999 gets you a phone and a tablet. What other top spec phone and tablet are you going to get for $999

john

1.0

2

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$999 for this? they are kidding!

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