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Asus PadFone Infinity

alaTest has collected and analyzed 53 reviews of Asus PadFone Infinity. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Comments about the camera and size are generally positive. The durability and portability are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the usability and reliability.

design, portability, durability, size, camera

price, screen, reliability, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Asus PadFone Infinity is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Richard Lai (engadget.com)

ASUS PadFone Infinity review: the convertible phone goes full HD and beyond

 

Almost exactly two years ago, Motorola's Android-in-Webtop-OS solution was kicked off the stage by ASUS' PadFone, the world's first phone that could

Attractive aluminum design ; Slick tablet transformation ; Smooth and clean operating system

Some new bundled apps are buggy ; Thick screen bezel ; Dynamic Display not fully compatible

The PadFone Infinity is almost everything that we had hoped for since the previous model, only to be hindered by some of its buggy new apps.

May, 2013

Expert review by: EveryReview (everyreview.com)

Asus Padfone Infinity Review

 

An expensive but impressive piece of kit, a smartphone that turns into a tablet.

Clever idea, - Good screens

Is it actually useful?, - High price

Oct, 2013

Expert review by: GSMArena team (gsmarena.com.products)

MWC 2013: Asus overview

 

Other companies want to sell you multiple devices – at least a phone and a tablet. Asus wants to sell you just one device to do both jobs. This is the idea behind both the Padfone Infinity and the Fonepad.

Feb, 2013
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Expert review by: Libby Plummer (t3.com)

Asus Padfone Infinity review: Hands-on

 

The Asus Padfone Infinity is the brand's latest smartphone-tablet hybrid, but what does it bring to the table? We went hands-on to find out...

Like its predecessors, the Padfone Infinity is a compelling product, but it's difficult to say whether it will prove to be a hit. However, the idea of one data plan for two products is appealing, and the phone looks good as a standalone product. We'll...

Mar, 2013

Expert review by: Ross Catanzariti (goodgearguide.com.au)

ASUS Padfone Infinity Android phone (preview)

 

The ASUS Padfone Infinity is the third-generation model of the Padfone series.

Full HD screen ; Hefty internal memory ; 4G-capable

Slightly heavier than predecessor ; No microSD card slot ; No AU release date or price

The ASUS Padfone Infinity is the third-generation model of the company's Padfone line of products. It has a full HD display, a 13-megapixel camera and up to 64GB of internal memory.

Feb, 2013

Expert review by: Dan Grabham (techradar.com)

Hands on: Asus Padfone Infinity review

 

Up close with the retina-beating phone. That's also a tablet.

Feb, 2013

Expert review by: Andrew Williams (trustedreviews.com)

Asus PadFone Infinity

 

Hands-on: A phone-tablet convertible hybrid. Good, but crazy expansive.

The Asus PadFone Infinity offers some great design inflections and some fab specs. But, just like its predecessors, it’ll be squeezed into a tiny niche. Not only is the premise a little awkward, but the price is downright scary. Buy a top-end tablet...

Feb, 2013

Expert review by: expertreviews.co.uk (expertreviews.co.uk)

Asus PadFone Infinity review

 

High-res phone, high-res tablet dock, super-high price

Feb, 2013

Expert review by: Eric Franklin (cnet.com.au)

Asus PadFone Infinity

 

The 5-inch Asus Padfone Infinity docks with a screen to become a 10-inch tablet.

Via CNET.com

Feb, 2013

Expert review by: Alfred Siew (techgoondu.com)

Hands on: Asus Padfone Infinity

 

Asus has made probably as good a "transform" device as you'd find today, but you have to first buy into the idea that you want one device instead of two.

Aug, 2013