Often you could miss the needle in the haystack, primarily when there’s a lot of hay. It might be worthwhile to read this tiny bit of news that we found. Take a look:
availability. Some of the models have their own unique capabilities. The 5-inch phone, for example, allows users to operate the device even while wearing gloves; the 6-inch will recognize any pencil or normal pen as a stylus input. Asus also unveiled an update to its Padfone line — the Padfone mini, which has a 4-inch smartphone that docks into a 7-inch tablet if users want a bigger screen. The line is one of Asus most popular around the world, but has yet to see a U.S. release.
I noticed this particularly encouraging positive news report on http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/transformer-duet-asus-unveils-tabletlaptop-that-uses-both-windows-and-android-at-ces/2014/01/06/be0558e2-771d-11e3-b1c5-739e63e9c9a7_story.html