Earlier this year during our hands-on preview of the ASUS FonePad, the specs of the device included a single-core Intel Atom chipset clocked at 1.2GHz and it only came with 16GB of onboard storage. However it seems that ASUS has since given the phablet a slight bump in specs as it was announced in Taiwan recently, the upgraded version of the FonePad will now sport a faster 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2460 chipset and will come with 32GB of onboard storage which can also be expanded via microSD. At the moment it seems that this upgraded version of the FonePad will only be available in Taiwan and is retailing at around $360, which is about $60 more than the original FonePad which was priced around $300. No word on when ASUS will announce the availability of this upgraded FonePad, but we’ll be keeping our eyes and ears peeled, but what do you guys think? Any of you looking forward to this slightly souped up version of the phablet device?RELATED
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