Summary: The hardware is gorgeous! very good response on the screen. Android I'm not really friends with after using Windows Mobile since 2002, but I'm starting to get the hang of it now. Android 4.1.1 is now available for this. My fueled downloaded and installed Android 4.1.1 on Dec. 19, so it is updated. But I see no significant differences. Works fine with my Zoweetek bluetooth keyboard. Supports all characters on the keyboard + mouse. Jabra Bluetooth headset also works fine.
Summary: It's always a gamble with "combo" concept, but a phone that can turn into a tablet is naturally appealing. The phone is the hardware in the same class most "flagship" right now. Qualcomm 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM and Adreno 320 graphics chip makes it very similar to the Nexus 4 or LG Optimus. 2GB of RAM is additionally just what Android needs on a tablet to make the experience should feel fast and fluently.
Summary: Bought this for my wife to aid in her studies and blogging. Have yourself fudging a bit on it and must say I'm surprised. Awesome light, smooth and stylish. Quick but the camera flash could be spread a bit more than just blaffa on at one point. Easy to be and smooth when you can have two devices in one. Köpte denna till frugan för att underlätta i hennes studier samt bloggande. Har själv pillat lite på den och måste säga att jag är överraskad.
Summary: Have had this for a while now and must say I love the concept of phone and tablet in one! Individually, both tablet and phone competitive with today's market. It's not the best in terms of face protection, power, etc. But it is fast and works based on the price one pays for. When talking price I would at that point you'll be lucky to get one as good tablet and phone each one is better than the PadFone 2 at this price.
Summary: I'm testing padfone2 for asus for a month and have had it for a week now. I use it every day to write task at university and to surf the web as well as using some app for social trative network (facebook, twitter, instagram). It works really well and it's fun to research it. One advantage is that you can use the pad as a charging station if the mobile phone runs out of power. It is incredibly handy and very convenient to carry in your backpack.
Summary: I'm testing the Asus PadFone 2 for asus as part of a new project Asus holder, you can follow the different product testers via twitter and instagram with the hashtag # Padfone2Pilot. I also write a daily blog with various info and tests. Have run AnTuTu and Quadrant Benchmarks at this great gadget and the scores incredibly high. 21610 score in AnTuTu and 6816 in 3D Rating. 4873 in Quadrant.
Summary: I have tested the PadFone 2 detail in two weeks that participants in Asus test pilot programs. I've been using it instead of my last Androidlur, a HTC One X, but you have also tried to use it to replace my laptop I usually drag around. Well, the impressions: Outside The phone is light and a bit plasticky but lies well in the hand and feels well built. The shell flexes or creaks and not beyond the power button feels a little loose, it is very solid.
Summary: Was unfortunately decisions on my Padfone 2, but here's opinion in point form: + Design phone: Feels exclusive, could have been heavier (personally I do not like for light phones) + Screen phone: Cruel sharpness, more than adequate resolution and pixel density + Good launcher, and Asus-specific apps. Asus uses basically "vanilla Android", which alone is positive + The concept is very good.
Summary: Have since before used a Samsung Galaxy S3. First impression was that it was very similar to the S3. About the same size, display, operating system, etc. The cell phone has a really sharp lcd screen and that it is possible to insert cell phone in a tablet feels new and unique. That it is the Android phone I think this is positive because I like android and is used to it. PF2 is a bit smaller than the S3, which means that it is slightly better in the hand.