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Will Computer Hardware and Technological Innovation

If you will recall back in Ronald Reagan’s day as President, there was a showdown between his administration and the air traffic control workers. He warned them not to strike or they’d be fired – they did, and they were. End of story, or is it. That is to say will history repeat in the future if we bring forth Artificial Intelligent Computers, New Computer Hardware, and the third phase of NextGen ATC equipment and technologies? I believe so, and thus, we were having a conversation about these potential future eventualities at our Think Tank recently.

Consider if you will some of our comments here – think about what Troy Laclaire is saying and some of the points of contention I bring up, and I’d like to start this dialogue out with reminding folks that anytime human beings develop better tools to do their jobs, there will be fewer jobs to do, thus, some folks will be let go. The jobs that remain will be lower skill levels and much higher skill levels but those in the middle will disappear.

Now then, when it comes to the latest and greatest air traffic control systems being introduced one must ask why will we need humans in the process. After all, most of the near misses or runway incursions are due to human error, either air traffic controllers or the pilots themselves. So, let’s remove them from the situation. Yes, both the pilots and the controllers. But today, let’s talk about air traffic controllers, as future UAVs will surely tell all the pilots; “You’re Fired!” but that’s for another article.

If we use the recording and data from the best air traffic controllers to program the AI system, then the controllers will inevitably be worked out of a job right? So, I said jokingly; Train the computers, and let the Air Traffic Control B.A.S.E. jump off the tower to grow some balls? But seriously, what will we use all those old control towers for, as the computers will most likely be underground in air-conditioned rooms with full electronic security, no one goes in or out unless they have clearance as the official IT personnel for the system?

Now then, we may as well some of those control towers for something, but they are many stories tall, so should we dismantle them instead? Troy notes; “If this type of system was put in place, you wouldn’t have a need really for a control tower, and could put everyone below ground.” Right, which was another point, namely; what to use them for – restaurants, observation decks, tours, lounges, bars? BASE Jumping locations? Sniper towers to get the bad guys – what?

Troy wonders; “well, there are many different uses you can use the current towers for. Heck, why not setup homeless shelters or lease the building out to companies to use as remote data centers since they already have communications capabilities?” And really he’s onto something there, it’s a great place for antennas, and all those control towers are fully wired.

Well, out with the old computer hardware, in with the new, but indeed, this does change everything, fewer jobs, less human error, and more systems. Please consider all this.

Technology Innovation

No matter what innovations your organization has decided to pursue, and regardless of the innovation strategy you’re following, there will always come a point where innovators need to deal with their information technology cousins.

Technology is at the center of most production and productivity in many industries, from those dominated by industrial age economics to the emerging innovation economy companies that are presently leading the charge to recovery.

As a result, information technology can be considered either a necessary evil that prevents things getting done or, alternatively, a massive enabler of competitive advantage and worker productivity. Perspectives vary depending on the way an IT organization deals with change on a day to day basis.

No matter the perception of the information technology group, there is a key thing that those responsible for innovation will find very hard to avoid: the extreme emphasis that most IT professionals place on minimizing change. There are excellent reasons they do this, though it presents significant difficulties for innovators, whose whole role is to create valuable, productive change.

In information technology organizations, there will likely be change teams, in fact, whose sole role in life is to make it as hard as possible to change anything. They will rationalize their existence using lines such as “we are here to protect service” or “up-time is our number one priority”. And for those times when change is impossible to avoid there will be a number of gates and governance processes in places designed to make things as difficult as possible. At least, from the perspective of innovators, that is.

For most innovation teams, rigorous focus on the disciplines of innovation management are a positive way to manage the technologists in organizations. They provide tools and processes which are able to demonstrate to IT professionals that the changes the innovators want to do are in both the interests of the organization, and, more often than not, in the interests of IT as well.

Modern Technological Innovations


Imagine being able to care for your aging parent using your cellphone. New technology is breaking ground to do just that. In a poll, 75% of the seniors asked admitted that they would rather use whatever means available if it meant they could stay in their own homes longer. In addition, the enormous influx of retirees getting ready to hit their golden years is going to push hospital and nursing facility care expenses higher and higher due to increased demand. This generation of seniors is also the first that is comfortable using the new technologies and won’t hesitate to take the opportunities that present themselves.

Many industries are taking part in the research and development of this new elder care system. These include hospitals and doctors, insurance companies, technology developers, home builders, and wireless companies. It is estimated that the new equipment could generate $1.5 billion to $2.5 billion making it a worthwhile pursuit for both businesses and elderly patients.

This type of innovative technology is meant to help seniors deal with the rising cost of healthcare and the fact that insurance companies are increasingly opposed to allowing patients to remain in the hospital when they suffer from maladies that can be both monitored and treated while they are living in their own homes. The health care seniors receive is expected to measurably improve with up-to-the-minute care. However, the situation isn’t all win-win. Concerns include worries about maintaining patient privacy, compensation for doctors, and the effect on the funding of nursing homes are high on the list of snafus everyone involved is working on.

The new devices are being created making it easy for seniors to monitor their weight, heart rate, and blood pressure readings from home. Information is then uploaded to a database which will be read by the doctor. Any changes can alert the doctor to possible complications which will allow him to change medications, request and appointment, or dispatch an ambulance as he feels is necessary.

The federal government, grappling with the problem of underfunding for Medicare programs are heartily in favor of the developing technology. They estimate that more than $25 million is spent every year on just the readmission of patients to hospitals and nursing facilities and believe that costs could be cut by 75% if these people could be monitored at home instead of having to be admitted to hospitals so often.

It’s amazing what new technology can do, and this sounds like a system that needs to be explored further and expanded to cover all seniors with medical issues who are still living in their own homes. Instead of rising medical costs collapsing the Medicare system, we could look forward to lowered costs and fewer claims.

Innovation for Business

There is a lot of information around at the current time regarding innovative technology, but the biggest headline has to be the growth of cloud-based IT models, a transforming and accessible way for small businesses and new businesses to access excellent IT technology that has previously been exclusive to large businesses and organisations. Cloud technologies are simply those IT models that can be developed and accessed online making more traditional and expensive IT options a thing of the past.

Top of the range IT solutions in the traditional sense, come at a price and for smaller businesses they are not a viable option. In the current economic market and a ‘spending cut’ phenomena spreading all through the country businesses are reluctant to spend excessively for IT. The downside to this reluctance is that companies can become stuck in the mud with out-dated traditional IT software that keeps them firmly fixed in traditional methods of business operation.

Now is the time for smaller businesses to realise the advantages of utilising online business systems. For instance, online accounting software is an affordable technology, requiring an inexpensive monthly installment to secure a high-end IT technology that keeps business operating smoothly. If people need convincing then the interest that Microsoft have, in developing cloud based software packages should go some way to reassure business owners. There is currently excellent cloud, online accounting systems available – so there really is no reason to hang around. As new businesses grow a simple online company accounting system is a must. Companies that do hesitate run the risk of being left behind and seeing companies utilising online IT and accounting systems, prosper.

It is also exceptionally important to realise that during times of recession many people will be thinking about striking out on their own business venture, identifying gaps in the market and benefiting from those gaps using savings or redundancy payments to fund new initiatives. Online IT may not be at the forefront of their minds, neither may recording the company accounts other than in terms of more traditional methods of book-keeping. It is essential that the profile of online technology and particularly online accounting software is heightened to ensure success for these new small businesses.

Even people striking up on their own and not thinking of employing others should take the initiative and seriously consider online IT solutions and business accounting technologies. Software that is accessible 24/7 from any computer with an Internet connection, peace of mind regarding security in terms of login and backups and online up to the minute correct data (no need for time consuming software updates and downloads) has got to be ‘great for business’.

BASDA (Business Application Software Developers Association) Special Interests Group is also backing and recommending cloud initiatives and there is lots of advice around regarding the successful setting up of a new business, including information from the Federation of Small Businesses, Her Majesty’s Inland Revenue together with cloud accounting software suppliers and developers. Keep up to speed with the developments and do not get left behind under grey, rain-filled clouds – the future should be a white cloud with a silver lining.

Technology Innovations in Animal Health

Animal health care has become an increasingly important market for the veterinary sector when it comes to products and care provision services. It has offered a lot of windows to the private sector and has given way to the mainstream of how animal healthcare is managed in a global market. On this respect the debate about the requirements of animal health care and how it is met by veterinary providers is increasing. How are animal needs met? What are the adaptations being made in the solutions provided to improve the state of animal health care in the country?

Pet owners in the 20th century have vastly evolved from the casual groomer of the old days. A lot of pet owners are doing whatever it takes to provide the best care and quality of living for their pets. A surprising 10% of the medicine distribution scale in the United States alone is attributed to animal treatment. This is just one of the medical scopes that animal health care has advanced on through the years, and the trend is replicating in other aspects of medical diagnostics and wellness promotion in animals.

Radiological diagnostics such as X-rays play a crucial role in the promotion of animal health care. Even more, veterinary medicine and animal hospital offer this as more pet owners take advantage of this diagnostic exam in making sure their pets are getting top of the line treatment and early diagnosis for diseases. Digital imaging systems are now being developed specific to animal health care; Computerized Radiography and Direct Radiography are now becoming popular as a diagnostic process for detecting tumors and anomalies in animals. With the new technology being groomed to cater to Animal Health Care needs, you now see automated tools that give digital imaging in a matter of seconds.

Dental medicine in Animal Health Care is another avenue that is receiving much improvements and mainstream technology to increase the interest of pet owners. Gum disease is a leading problem for a lot of pets and now, Dental treatment in every area of Animal Oto-Pharyngeal Science can be explored with diagnostic technology. Mobile wireless panels used as X-rays are now brought to patient homes, and small digital plates are becoming very popular for veterinary diagnostic centers to increase the amount of convenience for pet owners seeking dental treatment for their pets.

This is just the start of the technological revolution in Animal Health Care, with the increase in global marketing and awareness programs for the importance of early pet disease detection more and more companies are providing innovative diagnostic solutions for veterinary medicine to use.

A UV Technology Innovator

Oliver Lawal is like many scientists and engineers in the UV technology field, with intellectual interests that span a wide range. At the University of Manchester England, where he studied electrical, mechanical and software engineering, “I couldn’t decide on one field of study,” recalled Lawal, “so I graduated with multiple degrees and an understanding of several areas.”

Since then, Lawal has lived and worked in six different countries and his expertise contributed to many important projects in UV technology applications. “My first involvement with UV was as a Project Manger in the United Kingdom. I worked on the first large-scale UV installation using variable power electronic ballasts driving low-pressure amalgam lamps,” remembered Lawal. After this, he worked on a UV installation at a nuclear power station in France. Lawal then went on to work on the largest UV wastewater project in the world (at that time) in Auckland, New Zealand.

All of these endeavors have contributed to Lawal’s outlook and vision for UV technology. In this growing field, technology is evolving quickly. Lawal refers to this growth as the water-energy-technology nexus. “We have the ability to help ensure sustainability of our most precious resources for future generations by developing better and better technical solutions to our water and energy stresses,” commented Lawal.

Oliver Lawal’s family has been involved with the energy industry for some time. His grandfathers were motor sport enthusiasts and this helped to stimulate his initial interest in technology and engineering. Yet it was Lawal’s parents’ interest in environmental issues that ultimately led him to a career in water. He recalls his father’s comments about the difference in experiencing oil or water shortages expressed this way: “If we run out of oil tomorrow, we’ll all be driving electric cars. But, if we run out of clean water tomorrow, driving will be the least of our problems.”

Lawal’s professional life is challenging and rewarding. Today, he’s a board member with International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA) and he is president of Aquionics Inc., a company with a 30-year track record in selling and maintaining UV water disinfection technology to municipal and industrial water and wastewater markets in North America. Lawal shares a birthday with Amelia Earhart, and he professes to have the same sense of adventure as her. In his leisure time, he enjoys riding motorcycles and driving racecars, activities that reinforce his passions for technology and adventure.

The UV technology industry has changed since he began his career in the late 90s and it will continue to evolve. “From the perspective of equipment design and operation there is no question that our ability to more accurately predict and control process performance has increased dramatically,” notes Lawal. New techniques such as computational fluid dynamics, microbiological assays, power control and UV-C monitoring are more refined and more commonplace now. “This has resulted in great improvements in energy consumption and a reduction in operational risk,” observes Lawal.

Lawal believes that growth and improvement in UV water disinfection technology has a direct impact on the public health, by controlling pathogens in public water and wastewater supplies. “The sheer breadth of applications seen today, targeting very specific results, is staggering,” says Lawal. “The reduction of endocrine disrupting compounds, total organic compounds, ozone, chloramine, chlorine, cryptosporidium and viruses are commonplace and the applications using them expanding,” he added. Applications that are directly impacted include: ballast water, combined sewage overflows, aquatics, hydraulic fracturing, medical devices, semi-conductors, pharmaceuticals and more.

As president of a leading provider of UV technology, Lawal maintains a focused approach with a close eye towards ethical concerns. “It is important that we do not take shortcuts for short term commercial gains,” he says. “As the sphere and influence of UV technology grows, and new technical solutions like UV-LED’s become available, we need to ensure all stakeholders: regulators, process designers and users understand the critical issues. Regulation is important – it must be robust yet enabling. Process design must be sound and ensure seamless integration with other technologies. And ultimately the technology must be executed in a manner that allows safe and reliable operation.”

There is no doubt that the cleanliness of water impacts the lives of people worldwide. By focusing his life’s work on improving the quality of public water and wastewater with UV technology, Lawal is reiterating his parents’ vision for a cleaner environment and taking the necessary actions to implement this by working towards these goals on a daily basis.

A Great Technological Innovation

In this modern realm, everyone needs more sophisticated technology and high speed interventions. No one needs to wait for anyone or anything. And that is the reason why business magnets are running behind packages if easy access. In fact, nothing is considered to be impossible by any means in this new world and it is the technology that makes us hold everything within our fist.

It is very difficult to majority of us to imagine a world without internet.earlier man had so many limitations, but now we have a world which is capable of anything and everything. There is no concern about any limitations. Internet has just brought us a world that was once a dream and this was made true in every way by means of a broadband connection.

Actually broadband has gained popularity to such an extent that it has just taken away the souls of several hundreds of net lovers. It is simply a connection that is of high speed and is one of the latest products of technology. Irrespective of the age and gender internet has robbed your heart and souls. Broadband has just broken the shells of dial is highly worthy and provides a speed of 32 bits. You will never get bored of long hours of downloading or uploading via broadband. You will be just surprised of the speed difference that you may find with broadband.

This high speed data transmission is made used via DSL/ADSL and through cable connections. Usually it is provided through local telephone connection and will never hinder with your telephone connection. This high speed is usually made used through optical fibers and VDSL. Wi-Fi as well as Wi-Max is another fresher in the industry which will aid you with all updates via your mobiles and PC’s.

Technological Innovations in the Medical Field Make Devices Smaller

tc2Significant changes are emerging in the medical imaging industry with innovations that move away from expensive, large, stationary, and complex systems to smaller, easier to use, and more accessible devices. Technological advances mean imaging capabilities will no longer be confined just to large hospitals and institutions. Rather, they will begin showing up increasingly in small hospitals, physicians’ offices, and on wheels outside medical settings.

Newer imaging technologies focus on combining ease-of-use with higher levels of accuracy, allowing information to be accessed efficiently, while providing higher throughput. These new solutions are cost effective and can be used in a variety of clinical applications.

Of the systems entering the market, many offer systems that do not require specialized training. For example, GE Healthcare’s CardIQ Function Xpress contains a fully integrated post-processing and analysis tool tailored specifically for cardiac use. Boston Scientific received 510K approval for its iLAB Ultrasound Imaging System, which has an easy-to-upgrade platform that promotes the advancement of innovative technologies.

Facilitating Information Sharing

Digital imaging has made it possible to share information with multiple team members via wireless communication. The iMRIsneuro, owned by the University of Virginia Health System, is a multifunctional, moveable, high-field MRI that allows a medical team to scan, review, and share information during a surgical procedure.

Digital imaging also allows for the integration of intraoperative procedures with imaging guided surgery to provide real-time data. This reduces surgical time, increases efficiency, and helps medical facilities recover their investments more quickly because they can schedule more patient scans per day.

Portability also is emerging as a standard component of medical imaging systems made with lighter materials to allow for transport to multiple sites. The majority of new FDA 510K approvals for imaging systems feature designs that allow for portability. For example, Digirad Corporation’s XPO System can be configured or fixed for mobile operation and services many different sites. Mobile imaging services currently comprise 70 percent of Digirad’s annual revenue.

Other companies investing in the development of mobile imaging technologies include Toshiba, GE Healthcare, Siemens, and Teratech. There is a trend emerging in Europe in which systems are using higher slice configurations. Both Toshiba and Philips market systems that use 256-slice configurations in cardiology imaging that result in a 256 mm coverage area. A 256-slice CT, for example, can perform a full bank of five key diagnostic tests on the heart or tests in the brain thereby exposing the patient to far less radiation. This equates to as little as one-eighth to one-third of the dose required in testing with the 64-slice scanner.

Innovation Trends

Medical imaging systems will continue to get smaller and more mobile, and in the foreseeable future, hand-held imaging devices are likely to become more prominent. Mobile imaging systems also will give first responders, the military, and others access to the technology, especially in remote areas where large, stationary devices are impractical. They will greatly improve survival rates in circumstances such as a stroke, when there is a small window in which to diagnose and treat a patient.

In fact, the medical imaging industry already is manufacturing smaller, portable units that are user friendly and provide highly accurate diagnosis with little patient discomfort. The newer designs are more cost effective by allowing for quicker more accurate diagnosis and allow for use over a variety of applications.

Future innovations will see the technology get increasingly smaller as hand-held devices used for screening and diagnosis become more prevalent. These small imaging devices will allow access to more people no matter where they are which will allow the medical community to quickly diagnose and treat a problem.

The University of California, Berkeley, is currently working on cell phone that could one day be used to make medical imaging accessible to billions of people around the world. The phone would be hooked up to the data acquisition device then transmit the raw data to a central server where the information would be used to create an image. The server would then relay the image back to the cell phone, where it can be viewed on the cell phone’s screen. This will significantly lower the cost of medical imaging because the apparatus is at the patient site and the technology greatly simplified. There is no need for personnel highly trained in imaging processing.

Hybrid Imaging Combines Methods

The use of hybrid imaging methods over single-method scan also will increase steadily over time, especially in the field of oncology. Image fusion in particular is increasingly useful in merging two or more different images to create one “fused” image. Studies have found that hybrid systems were able to detect the presence of cancer better than single systems allowing for early treatment.

Philips currently markets the Precedence SPECT/CT system, a hybrid system that allows physicians to perform SPECT and CT scans simultaneously. It then fuses images from the two scans, providing physicians with crucial information about metabolism and structure. Philips also developed Syntegra, a multi-modality software that automatically superimposes physiologic data (such as PET) with anatomic data (CT or MR). The real-time data aids in the identification of tumors, shortens the radiation therapy planning cycles, and results in more confident diagnoses.

The use of hybrid technology will continue to emerge as the combination of imaging methods proves to be more effective in diagnosing problems over singular imaging methods. Fusion of multiple image data from multiple systems will be used to recreate accurate anatomical structures. With the market forecast to increase by 6 percent annually through 2010, innovative designs will continue to keep competitors on their toes.

Technology Innovations in Water

In Europe, there are significant challenges with regard to water quality and quantity. As reflected by the Blueprint to safeguard Europe’s water resources, almost half of Europe’s freshwaters are at risk of not achieving good ecological status, the main objective of the EU Water Framework Directive by 2015, with adverse effects on biodiversity and public health and hampering the provision of ecosystem services. Water is a vital resource but it faces some great challenges such as water scarcity, pollution and ecosystem degradation. These challenges become more and more pressing as the climate is continuously changing and the world population increasing.

Wastewater treatment innovations can:

  • Lower the costs of wastewater treatment through waste recovery and reuse
  • Minimize environmental pollution
  • Streamline the detection of chemical and biological contaminants at extremely low levels
  • Increase the total available water resources
  • Decrease the risks of contaminant exposure
  • Narrow the gap between water supply and demand

Significant investments and industrial technologies are needed to maintain water infrastructures inside Europe and in other developed countries. As we concluded in another article, most innovations in the area of wastewater treatment focus on the premise that water can be a valuable resource. Researchers in this industry focus on developing advanced technologies to reuse wastewater and to make these technologies more cost-effective.

Globally, we are challenged to find better ways to manage water and reduce the negative impact on the environment. Common goals of research labs and technology developers include increasing efficiency in industrial processes, minimizing environmental consequences, and enhancing the available water infrastructure. Because of the lack of appropriate methods in wastewater treatment, environmental contaminations are still frequently detected. Efficient and applicable techniques for removing pollutants remain a challenge of a high environmental and public health significance. New economically, environmentally and easy methods for water treatment are needed.

We need innovative solutions that meet both technical and economic criteria. Innovation needs to improve the way industries and municipalities manage their water resources at lower costs and higher quality. For these cost-effective and high-quality innovations to happen water providers, research scientists and technology developers need to partnership closely. The financial costs of water reuse are stringent issues for the private and public sector on which we, as technology developers must focus. Common goals of water resource professionals include increasing efficiencies in engineering processes while minimizing environmental consequences, preserving public capital investment, and enhancing the level of service of costly but necessary water infrastructure.

Technology Innovation Asus Padfone

Innovation is the name of technology and so Asus has come out with an innovative product called Asus Padfone. The Asus Padfone is speculated to be priced at $1000. This product is a Smartphone that fits into the dock of the tablet and has an Android platform.

The phone features

The ASUS Padfone is a Smartphone that runs on Android. This Smartphone fits in the specifically designed dock in the Asus tablet. The tablet is good to look at and the Smartphone fits well in the doc provided. Overall, the Padfone has metallic edges with glossy black bezel. The Padfone has a super AMOLED touch-screen that measures 4.3 inches and 960x540resolution. The buttons provided for locking the screen and power on are well designed; the left hand side of the device contains USB port to facilitate charging, it also has an HDMI port for multimedia support functionality. These ports can be used when you dock the Padfone in the station and then connect it for charging or to your TV for viewing videos.

This phone has a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB RAM, this clearly indicates that it is capable of performing heavy internet and gaming activities without any lag. It has internal memory storage of 32GB; this too is expandable with the card slot provided at the rear end.

The Padfone Station

When we look at the innovative concept of Padfone by Asus, in one glance it is easy to notice the modular design approach incorporated. As soon as you place the phone in the Padfone station, you will be able to display the contents into a tablet with 10.1 inches of screen. All you need to do is slip the phone in the Padfone station and within a few seconds of locking the phone the device is ready to use.

The memory, processor and connectivity options are already available in the phone but the tablet is facilitated with a battery power of 6600mAh. This tablet supports 900 and 2100MHz (3G) in Australia. The only drawback it seems to have is that it is relatively bulkier as compared to other products. The thickness of the station measures 13.5mm, this is why it seems thick. When the phone is in the dock the whole device weighs 853 grams, this is clearly indicative how much heavy this device becomes when compared to other Android devices.

The overall the design is attractive but then again there is a flaw when it comes to the latch of the Padfone station. When you keep the device flat on a surface you will find it rocking due to the latch door protrusion. This creates a hindrance if you are trying to type with on-screen keyboard.

Apps and the functionality

Even after bringing out an innovative product in the technology market, the reason this might not catch the fancy of a techno geek is the lack of apps. A user will be disappointed when it comes to apps; most of the apps available for Android devices are unavailable for Padfone as these are yet to be designed according to the screen size of the tablet. Nevertheless, a user will find basic apps like Twitter, Spotify and Facebook.

You need to be careful while handling Padfone, especially when you are already working on an app or constructing an e-mail. Remember not to remove it from the device, this will result in loss of work or remove the app from the tablet.


When it comes to the performance of this tablet one might find it disappointing at times. when you are swiping through the startup screen on your Padfone then you may find it working smooth; performing the same function while the phone is in the doc will somewhat lag in performance and seem sluggish. Another thing to notice is that the apps seem to work fine on the phone as compared to tablet view. The screen flickers for a split second when dislodging the phone from the station.

Software of Asus Padfone

The software used in this device is Vanilla by Google (Android). The user will find some added apps that are provided by Google. For example, MyCloud for storing 32GB data online that is available for three years, File manager for managing documents, MyNet for media and content (DLNA) and MyLibrary.

Additionally a user will also find other basic apps such as weather widgets, e-mail functionality and a utility for Padfone Station.

Camera and Multimedia

Padfone has 8mp camera, you will be able to capture decent pictures and shoot good videos. The sharpness of color and image quality is good. The functionality of autofocus is not as expected. However, the camera quality is better when plugged into the station. The device contains a front facing camera for video chat with 1080p HD recorder.

In addition to camera, you will find a speaker right next to the docket; this is capable of loud and clear voice. Another interesting thing to notice is the stylus that doubles up the duty of a Bluetooth headset. You can use it on the tablet as well as receive call while the phone is plugged in the device.

All that can be said about this product is that it does seem worth it when it comes to concept technology. Asus Padfone is scheduled to launch on 14 August, lets us hope that this device is successful in pulling majority of technology users.