TransPhone is like a small Padfone, but not really
0. phoneArena posted on 26 Sep 2012, 06:01
The Padfone by Asus is one of the more innovative devices in recent memory, but that wasn't enough to spawn crowds in front of Asus stores. Still, geeks all over the world seem to respect it for trying something new and different. However, it turns out Asus's product ended up being quite an inspiration for a company named ExoTablet, which has created a very similar, yet obviously different product...
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1. Seymur posted on 26 Sep 2012, 06:14 12 0
TransPhone. will gain more popularity in Thailand.
10. Nadr1212 posted on 26 Sep 2012, 23:01 0 0
Unlike apple would if asus was apple and Exotablet was Sammy
13. carlos.roderer posted on 27 Sep 2012, 11:04 0 0
No they will not and can't - they dont hold the patents, TransPhone International do!
14. TheRonster posted on 27 Sep 2012, 15:56 0 0
That would be interesting, not sure why that would happen considering the owners of Transphone have 3 US patents for this type of configuration in the first place. Whoops should be interesting lmao
7. thegreatone99 posted on 26 Sep 2012, 07:58 0 0
man google shud buy this company and make the new nexus phone like this! :)
8. downphoenix posted on 26 Sep 2012, 16:57 0 0
Good idea and design for this, but the specs are just awful. Would be nice also if the tablet part served to be more than just a bigger screen and battery for the phone. Wouldnt it be awesome if it had its own SoC and all so you can double the performance of the device or something?
11. Nadr1212 posted on 26 Sep 2012, 23:03 0 0
Did u guys see on pic 7, the woman's bra had a lip-like shape in the middle of it
(if she was wearing a bra)
12. User_Freak posted on 27 Sep 2012, 07:25 0 0
No, but I understand that TransPhone are the people who own the US patents for this kind of TransPhone / PadFone device (since 2002 no less!). When you try a TransPhone you find the specs don't matter, the user experience is so much better. My Blackberry (top of the line) is on the shelf and some others I know have chucked out their iPhone 4s (and decided not to upgrade to 5) because they find the TransPhone is so much better as a user experience. Specs are a means to an end but if the end itself (a one-screen phone) is flawed, specs won't get anything more than bragging rights. Two screens are better than one any day - as you will find out (as I did) when you try. Who wants a feeble one-screen phone? Not I!