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Lack of 4G and a fast dual core Atom has me optimistic that this will be affordable. Unlike the Note 3 :)
@ Alex - agreed! - And also.. why am i finding it so gard to find an 8" (or more) Full HD android with a pressure sensitive stylus? the nearest thing I can get to this a a Motion computing LS1700 - that has a 1400 x 1080 screen with a wacom build in. That was built in 2007!!! Why? . . . I suppose not the market to make the money yet.
I may be wrong, but then the Asus announces Fonepad FHD 6 in June, and not even know when it is available in the market! Other trademarks are circumventing the market with new equipment, some being superior but also much more expensive. When available. able to sell the units who had thought? An opinion coming from Portugal.
I bought the fonepad Note 6. It looked good in the shop. When I got it home I found that the fonepad uses an Intel Atom processor which won't run Flash. After I updated the fonepad firmware the Dolphin browser crashed every time on start-up. I've also read that Asus doesn't allow users to unlock the bootloader. Asus also actively discourages rooting. Users that had managed to root their fonepads find that OTA updates don't work and apps crash.
I bought the fonepad because I like the 6" screen size. The screen is also very good quality and the speakers sound good. The build quality, stylus and some good included Asus apps are pros as well. Unfortunately, I need Flash and Dolphin is my preferred browser. If I had done more research I wouldn't have bought this.
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