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Smartphones that transform into tablets are already a thing thanks to the creative minds at Asus, and soon PadFone users will have a third form factor to enjoy. The leaked images below reveal an upcoming “Asus Mobile Dock Keyboard” that turns the PadFone into an Android-powered notebook computer in a matter of seconds.

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mwc2013bug-coaBARCELONA, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS — Here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a company called Paragon is showing off an awesome new tablet dock called the cTablet Docking Station. It lets you mount your device within your car’s dashboard, providing you with a cutting-edge in-car entertainment system that’s already full of all your media, your navigation apps, and lots more.

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mwc2013bug-coaBARCELONA, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS — Thanks to the original PadFone’s rather disappointing start, we thought the probability of seeing a successor at Mobile World Congress was slim at best. But we couldn’t be more wrong. Asus has just unveiled the PadFone Infinity, a 5-inch smartphone that transforms into a 10.1-inch tablet with the help of a clever docking station.

The device has some impressive specifications, including a 1080p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, and a 13-megapixel camera. But do you really want a smartphone that transforms into a tablet? We went hands-on with the device to find out.

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You know about Magnetyze, right? It’s a system that lets you charge an iPhone 4/S or Galaxy S3 without the need for a cord. Pop your iPhone into the provided case, then drop the case on the magnetic charging base and your iPhone will charge (and sync) — it works kind of like the MagSafe power adapter on a MacBook. It’s really cool on the S3, because the Magnetyze case replaces the S3′s original back, so there’s almost zero extra bulk. Neat.

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The long-awaited Nexus 7 docking station went on sale in the United Kingdom on Monday evening (local time) via the Asus online store. Prices at £25 (approx. $40) the device is marketed as the perfect way to turn your Nexus 7 into an little entertainment hub, and it’s clearly been a big seller. In just a few hours, the dock is already sold out and unavailable to purchase.

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