By Stephen Schenck | February 26, 2013 11:45 AM
ASUS is the manufacturer behind the Nexus 7 we like so much, and now that the company has a new seven-incher of its own on the way, the just-announced Fonepad, we simply had to see how the two tablets compare.
While the materials used may differ, the two tablets certainly share similar looks, though some details, like button placement, get swapped around. The big difference between the two is the Fonepad’s inclusion of an earpiece, letting you use the tablet as an (oversized) smartphone. In software, the Nexus 7 is obviously running stock Android, while the Fonepad shows the touch of ASUS’s UI customizations. See how the stack up below: