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Asus Padfone 2 Show Up In White Just Before Release Date

Back in October, ASUS announced that it would be bringing a second-generation Padfone to the market. If you’re unfamiliar with the device, it’s a smartphone that can be placed inside of a tablet dock. Therefore, the idea behind the device is to give users a smartphone and tablet in one.

These pictures are the first time that the Padfone 2 has shown up in white. Furthermore, the current news is that the Padfone 2 will become available sometime in December. However, there is still no word on a North America launch.

As for the inside of the device, ASUS has crammed a quad-core Snapdragon CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 13 MP camera, and a 4.7″ 720p display. When paired with the tablet dock, the Padfone turns into a 10.1″ display with 36 hours of talk time between the two batteries. With data plans rising in price and data limits decreasing, what could be better than sharing a data plan between your phone and tablet?

Are you holding out for this tag-team? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. I’m thinking about getting a padfone 2 or note 2 (plus a nas) and get rid of my laptop and desktop. I had the Atrix and its lapdock (until I lost it) and I liked it…

    • With my experience with both phones, ASUS tablets, and computers I would strongly recommend you to keep the desktop. My advice would be to get a Padfone to replace both your phone and Laptop. You can do some word processing, internet browsing, music playing and even file sharing and downloading on the tablet. However there are still some major use to having a full computer to do your work.

      So far, my tablet has 100% replaced everything my laptop could do, except for writing long papers and playing my video games. However, I would seriously doubt it could do half as much computing as I do with my desktop.

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