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ASUS Philippines recently handed us a Fonepad FE171CG tablet and with our ample lifestyle of always bringing phablets, we were kinda puzzled in how to utilized the tablet into our current lifestyle. But here are some points we think in why is it good and bad to have a 3G …

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Asus  releases the T300 Chi. Thinner than the New Mac Book Air, it sports thickness of 1.65cm only on a laptop mode; and considered to be the slimmest 2-in-1 device in the world. It is  made of an all-aluminum unibody design; which gives it a real premium feel when it is being handled at the …

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PLDT continuously upgrade their service to provide innovative solutions for home. They upgraded their Telpad last year in being quad-core, now they are now enabling to control multiple devices through the use of Bluetooth and Infrared.   The new Telpad is still powered by a quad-core processor, but with added …

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Today, Sony has announced the launch of their new Xperia Z4 tablet and it is one the slimmest and lightest 10-inch tablets available on the market. Under the hood, it boasts a 10.1-inch, 2k display. The tablet is powered by the Qualcomm’s best Snapdragon 810 chip, which packs an octa-core …

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As android tablets are getting cheaper and powerful every quarter, it seems that the Windows tablets in general are trailing in the race to show more affordability and flexibility. Microsoft aimed to deliver cheaper Windows devices with 8″ tablets powered by Intel Atom, unfortunately until now the price gap is …

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ASUS just launched the Transformer Book V where its the world’s first five-mode, three-in-one converged laptop, featuring a Windows and Android laptop, tablet and smartphone in one.   Transformer B ook V is the world’s first five-mode, three-in-one converged laptop that features a Windows and Android laptop and tablet as well as …

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When ASUS launched the Padfone X for AT&T in america, the showed a concept of an 5″ Phone that transforms into an 9″ Full HD Tablet where its typically smaller compared to the previous generations. It seems ASUS adapted the same design and made it globally available through the name …

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