Asus announced the launch of the 7-inch Fonepad, the tablet is built with powerful processes of 3G voice and mobile data. The tablet is equipped with Intel Atom Z2420 processor that operates on Android 4.1 along with HD display and IPS technology for wide viewing angles. The Asus Fonepad is tailored with a metallic design with a weight of 340g. The overall dimension of the phone is 10.4mm thick with a powerful 7-inch screen that delivers decent resolution of 1280×800 pixels. The phone supports 3G data connections as mentioned and can be employed for voice calling through built-in noise-cancelling digital microphone or Bluetooth headset. According to Jooney Shih, Chairman, Asus, ‘’It is ideal to have a large screen to accommodate entertainment, social media and other online activities which are playing an integral role in mobile lifestyles. The insertion of 3G mobile data with telephony support makes the Fonepad a perfect blend of tablet and phone in one product.’’ According to Hermann Eul, Vice President, Intel and Co-General Manager of the Mobile and Communications Group,’’ Extending our history of partnership inclusive of the recent launch of Ultrabook and Intel-based tablets, we are thrilled to partner with Asus again. Intel’s new Atom Z2420 processor offers power, performance and flexibility needed to accommodate a string of devices and market needs. We believe the ASUS Fonepad to be an extremely innovative devise in the flourishing category of 3G tablets with telephony features.’’ The Fonepad is rolled out with 16GB of internal storage and can be lengthened to 32GB through microSD cards. The exciting bit about the phone for camera fans is the 1.2 megapixel camera in the front. The Asus Fonepad is offered with several apps such as Floating App for flexible management for running apps and multi-tasking, SuperNote Lite for handwritten notes and drawing and WebStorage Office Online for Microsoft Office-compatible document. There is also a 5GB free lifetime Asus WebStorage for sharing data with other devices.