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The ASUS tablet that swallows phones for breakfast won't make it's official debut to the world until the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month, but that hasn't stopped Engadget from snagging an impressive demo-video of the Padfone in action. And by "in action," I mean, you can actually see how effortlessly the Padfone reads information from the smartphone and displays its content after eating it. Take a look below!
As tablet nerds have said in the comments section of the Engadget post, imagine how amazing it would be if the Padfone was compatible with the Transformer Prime keyboard dock. Being able to switch power from the phone to the keyboard to the tablet would net you about 25 hours of battery life. ASUS would then have created one product that effectively dominates the tablet, smartphone and Netbook markets.