ASUS has pushed back plans to make more Windows RT-based tablets and will be focusing efforts on tablets running the desktop version of Windows 8 on Intel processors, describing Windows RT devices as “not very promising.”
Quick, what’s the freshest, coolest, baddest Android gadget around? The second-gen Google Nexus 7 (aka Nexus 7 2013), you say? You’re probably right.
Third time still hasn’t really been the charm for the Asus PadFone hybrid, which continues to be viewed as a tech oddity rather than an innovation. And yet that doesn’t appear to stop the evolution of the family.
The next-generation Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Nexus 7 successor both have received certification in Indonesia, further confirming that both devices should launch really soon, within the next two months if our calculations are correct.
How does Asus’s take on the GTX 780 (aka almost-a-Titan) compare with the previous generation of Radeons and Geforces?
While the HTC One has been holding the title to the best “all-rounded” phone, ASUS now has a new contender to the throne in the PadFone Infinity. We pit them head to head against each other to find out which will emerge victorious.
Ever wondered what it would be like to use a 7-inch sized mobile phone? We pick up the Asus FonePad and take it for test drive to see how it fares in the practicality department.
The Google Nexus 7 gets a price cut, clears away doubts in everyone’s mind, next-generation Nexus tablet to hit us soon.
Asus recently launched their top of the line Maximus VI Extreme, a monster overclocking motherboard aimed at dominating the playing field when it comes to extreme Haswell benching. The offerings provided by this board top the lists when it comes to unique features and hardware, today we will take it out for a spin, but
After the arrival of the much hyped Intel Haswell processors earlier this month, we bring to you our first (of many) Z87 motherboard review for the Socket 1150 desktop platform. Does the Asus Z87 Deluxe have the midas touch?
ASUS has launched its 15.6-inch touch-enabled Ultrabook, dubbed the VivoBook S551, powered by the power-efficient Nvidia GT 740M graphics processing unit and Intel’s 4th Generation Haswell based Core processor.
After an exhausting and relatively unproductive week at Computex Taipei, I wanted to unwind by putting the latest AMD APU under sub-zero cooling to see how much overclocking headroom I could extract out of the chip and at the same time, do a write-up on our motherboard review candidate – the Asus F2A85-V Pro.
Since Google I/O 2013 has come and gone without any new hardware being unveiled, one would be inclined to think Nexus 7’s follow-up has either been delayed or isn’t coming period. According to Digitimes though, that’s not the case and the second-gen N7 will go on sale next month.
ASUS’ recently revealed Windows 8 home entertainment PC was announced back at Computex and now there are some specs to go along with it.
Following the MeMo Pad HD 7, MeMo Pad FHD 10 and FonePad Note, all unveiled last week, Asus appears to be readying yet another Android-based tablet, known right now just by a fairly enigmatic codename – K008.
At the Qualcomm keynote today, ASUS CEO Jerry Shen took to the stage to announce a new Android tablet, called the MeMo Pad FHD 10 LTE, which will be available next quarter. The tablet will most likely feature a Snapdragon SoC, although whether it will be the 800 remains to be seen.
ASUS expanded its Transformer line-up today by announcing the Transformer Pad Infinity and the unique new Transformer Pad Trio. ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity The Transformer Pad Infinity is a unique tablet. It holds the title for the world’s first product to be announced with Nvidia’s (troubled and massively delayed) Tegra 4 chipset. ASUS CEO Jerry
ASUS has unveiled three new products today, all belonging to the tablet category, all very exciting. Say hello to the budget MeMo Pad HD 7, the Intel Atom powered MeMo Pad FHD 10 and the 6-inch FonePad Note. ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 The ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 is the successor to 2012′s low-cost
Asus is preparing an update to their Memo Pad 7, which will include some better specs including a 720p HD display. The tablet is reported to be unveiled at Computex 2013.
ASUS today announced its first mainstream 4K monitor, the PQ321 True 4K UHD monitor. This LED-backlit 31.5 incher packs four times the pixels of a full HD display and supports 10-bit RGB ‘deep color’ for vibrant, natural looking images.