Have you got a Samsung smartphone? Would you like to save some cash and instead of buying a separate tablet, use your handheld as a tablet instead, when needed?
Chinese company Shenzhen Migoal might just have the solution for that.
Given that your device is a Galaxy S4 or Galaxy S III you can use the company's TransMaker to turn your smartphone into a tablet, or even a touchscreen notebook!
The TransMaker will be available in two sizes: a "small" 10.1-inch display equipped with 1280 x 800-pixel resolution and a higher-end model with a 11.6-inch display with Full HD 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution.
Both models will come with built-in batteries, and attachable keyboards for some extra cash.
What will come as standard though is a rear slot where you'll slide in your Samsung Galaxy smartphone to power up the slate.
Interestingly, the TransMaker manufacturer will also have for sale a small Bluetooth-powered candy bar phone for receiving or making calls without having to unplug the Samsung device from the tablet's slot.
The company is looking to crowd-fund the project with $100,000 and given that, is looking into shipping first orders by March.
The Asus PadFone-inspired gadget will start at a mere $99, a very reasonable price to pay if you already have a Samsung S4 or SIII and would rather not have to shell out more cash for a tablet.