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selinz
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re: Trip report: The tablet wars (aka Computex 2011)
selinz   6/1/2011 8:15:48 PM
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The Padphone and the Fujitsu gizmo are intriguing but I wonder if the costs will be competitive with other pads..

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re: Trip report: The tablet wars (aka Computex 2011)
biaunm   6/1/2011 8:09:38 PM
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I hope that the Asus padphone is sucessful. The vendors seem to be a little slow in integrating things that belong together, probably because they want to make hay from individual devices as long as possible. (Remember how long in took for PDAs to be integrated with cell phones. It was long after it was obvious to thinking consumers that this should be done.) Asus should be rewarded for taking this step forward.

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re: Trip report: The tablet wars (aka Computex 2011)
mcgrathdylan   6/1/2011 3:50:37 PM
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Great photos. Many of these devices we have seen before, but I'll tell you what was really interesting to me was the Asus padphone. I've not seen that one previously (or heard about it).

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