When Asus introduced the Asus FonePad earlier this year at MWC 2013, the 3G-capable tablet came with a single-core Intel Atom SoC clocked at 1.2GHz and with 16GB of internal storage. But now the Taiwan-based manufacturer has introduced a bumped 32GB ASUS FonePad model on its local market, which feature a much faster processor — an Intel Atom Z2460 clocked at 1.6GHz, plus double the size of internal storage (32GB – only 26GB are free to use), which can also be easily expanded through a microSD card slot.
For the moment, the new version of the FonePad is only available in Taiwan, retailing at around $360 ($60 more than the first version, which costs around $300).
Would you be looking to acquire the new version of the FonePad ME371MG with a back plate made of aluminium if it’s coming to more markets?
source of the photos: VR-Zone [CN]