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I have, in all honesty, saved this device to drool over because it so exactly what I want that I may have to head over to ASUS HQ and hold them at mouse point until they give me one. Or stage a sit down in their cafeteria…

The ASUS Fonepad Note is delicious. I have absolutely no problem with a large phone next to my ear and I don’t think it makes people look daft. I actually think it makes people look like they have a large and, obviously, specced out doodad on their ear and I want to take a closer look at it.

In this case the ASUS Fonepad Note has a six inch Super IPS+ display with a full high-definition screen resolution of 1920×1080. The processor is the Intel Aton Z2560 at 1.6GHz and the operating system is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. You also get 16GB or 32GB of storage with a 5GB allowance for lifetime ASUS WebStorage (very helpful in a pinch!) and both front and rear cameras.

ASUS Fonepad Note

The cameras sit at eight megapixels for the rear and 1.2 megapixels for the front and there are dual front speakers for stereo sound on the go. The ASUS FonePad Note also has a stylus built in and ASUS has pre-loaded the device with a few apps that are exclusive to the Note for, you guessed it, note taking and other such vital things.

It is such a good looking device and the amount of power squeezed into this compact shell means that you can certainly get a good whiff of speed out of it. Surfing the web and handling the various apps should be speedy, and just gorgeous on that screen. This has to be one of my favourites from ASUS’ Computex 2013 line-up and I am rather keen to get one for myself. Hello, Christmas…

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