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Asus PadFone Infinity

BARCELONA, Spain--The Fone of the Asus PadFone Infinity.
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The Pad or tablet or slate or "thing the phone plugs into" of the PadFone Infinity.
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The phone and tablet come together not unlike Voltron to form the PadFone Infinity. The universe will never be the same!
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The brushed metal is smooth to the touch.
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From left are the volume rocker, power button, and speaker grill. All metal, all the time.
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Micro-USB for file transfers and charging.
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The SIM card slot and of course; more metal.
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What phone/tablet/anything would be complete without a headphone jack?
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That moment, right before worlds collide. Brace for it!
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Actually, from here the collision was pretty anticlimactic.
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The phone fits perfectly into the tablet (not that we'd expect it wouldn't) and leaves the headphone jack free from obstruction.
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The lone Micro-USB connection on the tablet.
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