Asus is already doing very well in the budget-friendly 7-inch tablet market, courtesy of the massive Nexus 7 box-office hit. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t enough of the pie left for another of the company’s slates.
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Despite not being able to make the first Padfone or the second-gen mainstream sales hits, Asus has pushed ahead with the concept of the phone/tablet hybrid by unveiling a third such combo – the Padfone Infinity.
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