Just days before the largest computer show, Computex in Taipei, ASUS unveils softly its newly born tablet-cum-phone, known as ASUS Padfone.
Given the limited ASUS Padfone technical specifications, revealed Padfone is clearly a successor of the thriving ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. Teasers from the ASUS website, which are at large by now, show a slate with dual nature revealing both a smartphone and a Tablet. A little angle of its side shows the brand name “ASUS Design”. Although some Tablet fans expect that the ASUS Padfone could be a usual 10 inch Tablet, others also believe that it could be a 7 inch slate based on its classification as pad or phone. In this case, the Phone-Tablet looks more like of the Atrix 4G Smartphone Lapdock Combos, or the Acer Iconia A100.
ASUS Company reserved the task of unveiling the technical specifications and other information for the Computex. The ASUS Padfone price will also be respectfully revealed on the same day. Nevertheless, it promises to compete with the Galaxy Tabs which are now out in market.
Computex event starts on May 30, 2011 and will last until June 4, making a hit of another five-day full computer display. The show will feature fifty computers, and computer manufacturers of all sizes and description. Today they have already been trying to get a place to the largest computer show. Surely, the ASUS Padphone will be one of these contending computers which include big companies such as Lenovo Group, Ltd. and Toshiba Corp. It would be one of the toughest and most exciting events which will hit the heart of Taipei, based on the fact that it will use all of the five government funded exhibition halls.
Tablet PC enthusiasts, who would like to buy ASUS Padfone must know how to enjoy searching for it among the 1, 800 exhibitors who will show off their latest products at 5, 290 booths on fairgrounds. Be one of the 36, 000 buyers with orders projected at estimated amount of US$25 billion.
To take a little peep of the real show, Computex will also feature the Google Chrome OS in cooperation of Acer Inc. as well as promote the latest MS Window 7 together with the revelation of the Intel Oak Trail microprocessor, a low processor best for smartphones, Tablet PCs, and netbooks.