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May 28, 2014

AT&T Finally Announces the ASUS PadFone X; Coming June 6th for $199

by John_A

ATT ASUS PadFone XThe ASUS PadFone has always been a device that many of here in states have been eyeballing. not just for its unique phone/tablet ability, but because it never officially made its way stateside. We knew the PadFone X would be coming when they announced it back in January at CES. Finally we can put the when and how much speculations to rest. AT&T has announced in their newsroom this morning that the ASUS PadFone X will be making its way to the carrier on June 6th with the usual two purchasing options. You can pay $22.92 a month on AT&T Next for 18 months, or $29.80 a month on the Next 12. If you prefer those silly contracts you can grab it for $199.

“We are proud to add the innovative ASUS PadFone X to AT&T’s leading device portfolio,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president – Devices, AT&T. “PadFone X provides tremendous value and flexibility to consumers. It combines a powerful smartphone with a 9-inch PadFone station and runs on the network that covers more than 99 percent of all Americans4.”

The standalone phone is a 5-inch Android 4.4 toting device with a 13MP camera.It sports a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB onboard storage.

It is the PadFones ability to dock inside a 9-inch tablet that resizes the phones display on screen. Giving you a unique phone/tablet hybrid device all wrapped into one device and one service provider.

While the over all specs might not put it into he high-end category anymore, it is still a unique device that should pack plenty of punch and value for many people.

Via AT&T

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