Summary: The phone is amazing with clear display and amazing performance as an android phone. The station works perfectly fine in enlarging the phone screen. Overall, it's a great product but expensive
Summary: I have had my 32GB ASUS Padfone 2 and Tablet combination now for nearly three weeks. I do not intend to talk about specs as if you are looking at one of these you probably already know them. I would like to talk about my personal impressions of the set up.
Summary: First off, I need to state that I have tested this product as part of ASUS's test pilot programme, so you'll just have to take my word for it when I say that I'm not biased in any way. So whats good about the PadFone 2?
Summary: I am part of the testpilot program, which ASUS is running in Scandinavia. That means I get to borrow a Padfone 2 2-in1 set, and do what I want with for a month. I have only used it over the weekend, so this is not complete review, and I'll keep it short.
Summary: Ok, Here is what I like about the Asus Padfone 2. First, lightweight, but with a feel of value, not cheap. When writing this review I have only had the phone for two days. Next, within 24 hours of receiving the phone Asus upgraded the Os to Jellybean, which I had experienced on the Samsung Note II...
Summary: Very happy with this. Delivery from Amazon went smoothly and it was a lot cheaper than in the shops (Carphone Warehouse) and also I got a choice of white that wasn't available in CW. The product itself is excellent - phone fits snugly into back of tablet screen and instant switch.
Summary: The combination is unique. The idea of linking a tablet to a mobile phone works very well. This duo may be a bit expensive. One would expect the bigger companies to soon produce sometthing similar/
Summary: I have read several reviews on this product and now after purchasing my Padfone 2 from Taiwan directly some time ago I feel able to provide a pretty definative review myself. So, is this the best handset on the market? No. Is the tablet the best tablet on the market?