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Moshi for iPad
  • By: John Castel

    Asus has the tech world a buzz over its Asus Padfone, with an expected market release within the mid 2012 horizon. Asus has kept the peanut gallery on its toes not only about its Russian doll-like tablet dock but about the processor the Padfone would be powered by. This PC manufacturer debuted its smartphone May 2011 which was said to have a Tegra2 processor inside.  Discover how unlocked cell phones can save you money... by enpowering you to choose your preferred service provider and negotiate a service contract that best meets your lifestyle needs.

    Assus Announces Padfone - Ice Cream Sandwich

    Initially speculators were led to believe this device with incorporate Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor;  yet, according to And now that the reveal moment is near Asus fans will be pleased with recent interview, executive Nicole Scott wherein she disclosed that the Padfone will generate some impressive power with by Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra 3 under the hood. Even more exciting is the fast approaching unveiling date: February 27, 2012 at the Mobile World Congress.  Some critics say the quad-core processor is overkill for a smartphone, but with the ingenious tablet screen available for functions requiring more space the potential of using this device as a PC is great.  Enhance your mobility... turn your device into a power tool.  Discover,  how accessories such as, stylus & pens, memory cards, data cables, bluetooth keyboards and mini speakers can to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.

    With the ever diversifying mobile tablet and cell phone options in the global marketplace, the competition to earn the business of consumers and get industry props is fierce. But as with anything, innovation and trend setters make bold moves to forge the path – they don’t mimic their contemporaries.

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