[CES 2012] The ASUS Padfone wasn’t slated to make an appearance at CES 2012, but it looks like a demo unit managed to sneak its way into the show because the folks over at Netbooknews.com managed to shoot a quick hands-on video of the device. While it was still an early demo, it seems to be working pretty well, with the tablet-smartphone integration functional when it comes to playing videos. The Padfone is running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and its tablet component will be compatible with the original ASUS Transformer accessories which makes this the perfect upgrade for ASUS Transformer owners (who aren’t keen on getting the Transformer Prime).
No confirmation on whether it is running on the Tegra 3 processor but the ASUS Padfone will be unveiled in full detail at the Mobile World Congress next month, so stay tuned for more information. In the meantime check out the video demonstration below:
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