Turn Your Phone into a Tablet Without it Being an Asus Device (Video)

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  • 10 Apr 2013
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  • Most people these days choose not only to own a top smartphone, be it with Android or another platform, but only a tablet device that offers a much larger screen and a new experience entirely. A tablet seems to be the best thing not only for gaming but also in terms of productivity and browsing is a real pleasure on one such device.


    There was a time when laptops were the only choice in terms of functional PC replacement mobile solutions. These days a notebook, even in the ultrabook series seems a lot less attractive, compared to the tablet offer that is available on the market. The latter seem more affordable, highly portable and in the high-end category packing enough power for productivity to reach its peak level in performance on one such device.

    When Asus introduced its PadFone offer last year everyone was excited about the concept of having one device that can easily be turned into a tablet and made available everywhere. Now we have an even better offer, by Homepadplus and offering a similar solution to have a device that can offer a much bigger screen whenever needed. The design is currently available for the Samsung Galaxy line of smartphones and the Apple iPhone, though in terms of compatibility more devices are expected to work with it in the near future. Head over to their official site for the complete product details and specs.

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