If you had your eyes set on ASUS' Transformer Prime but find the price point to be a wee bit too hefty, you might wish to pounce on the slightly lower spec'd Transformer TF300 which is supposedly becoming available from as early as April 22nd according to a fresh pre-order listing appearing over at Amazon.
Eee Pad Transformer Prime owners rejoice. ASUS Singapore has announced that it will offer the external GPS extension kit for their Android tablet, for free.
ASUS Singapore has unveiled the VG23AH LCD monitor that is designed to provide users with well-rounded and personalized entertainment and gaming experience. The ASUS VGA23AH will be available in June.
The global PC market saw a return to growth for the first time in years, with shipments increasing by 2.3 percent, defying analyst expectations.
The ASUS P1 portable LED projector first made its appearance at CeBIT last year, and was designed for business and entertainment. However, there was no mention as to when the product will go on retail. Well, looks like the ASUS P1 is scheduled to launch in Japan on 7 April, this weekend.
We know many of you have been waiting for quite some time to get your hands on one of the very soon to launch – and already available in some countries – Intel 7-series chipset based motherboards. As such we thought it would be helpful to give a bit of an overview as to the
ASUS is preparing a new "Ultra Thin" notebook for market which would have otherwise been referred to as an ultrabook if not for the AMD powered internals. The upcoming U82U uses AMD's E-450 APU comprising two Bobcat cores running at 1.65GHz and Radeon HD 6320 graphics.
With the introduction of its new 7-series chipsets – specifically the Z77 and H77 as well as a few mobile variants – Intel will be adding two new technologies in addition to Smart Response. These two new additions will be known as Rapid Start and Smart Connect and the requirements have now been detailed courtesy
After a long and turbulent few months filled with much speculation and deliberate misinformation, we finally have NVIDIA's belated response to the the 28nm AMD Southern Islands GPUs – the Geforce GTX 680 (current name, among former identities). In the first of many Keplers that we will be evaluating, we take a look at ASUS's
The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer was launched about a year ago, and it stood out from the rest with its optional docking station with a standard keyboard and touchpad. This year, the company launched their Eee Pad Transformer Prime which claims to be the first tablet device to incorporate Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor. We managed to get one
ASUS has just officially released its latest K-Series notebook into the European market boasting an 18.4-inch sized LED-backlit Full HD (1920 x 1080) display. The K93SM can now be found online at various EU e/retailers with stock showing and pricing that ranges from 849 Euro to 1,149 Euro depending on the chosen configuration.
Who says netbooks are going to extinction? ASUS has recently announced their new Eee PC 1025 Flare series which claims to be the world's fastest netbook that can resume in just two seconds.
Earlier this month we reviewed the (paper launched) reference AMD Radeon HD 7850, which shares the same PCB as the higher end HD 7870. Back then we also felt that the stock performance was lackluster and our review sample had almost zero overclockability. Coming to stores next week, ASUS's custom pre-overclocked HD7850 offering actually punches above its weight and
In a market flooded with muddy onboard audio codecs and laughable "multi-core" DSP effects devoid of actual audio fidelity, ASUS is thankfully one of those companies who have invested quality engineering with the intent of the faithful reproduction of PC audio. Today we take a look at their flagship S$699 sound card – the Xonar
Even though Apple has announced their new iPad tablet, the Android camp has been spreading the news of a 7-inch tablet, reportedly a Google tablet manufactured by ASUS.
"What if I have about US$5000 to spend – Could I have a true 8-core/16-thread CPU in a small form factor setup without compromising on storage, thermals or online gaming prowess?" Well, we show that we can!
At the launch of the 7-series chipset Asus is expected to have three different P8Z77-V models ready, the P8Z77-V, P8Z77-V Pro and P8Z77-V Deluxe. The differences between the three models are fairly subtle, yet there's enough difference that any potential buyer will have to pick carefully to get the right board.
As far as going after niche markets, Asus' TUF series is one of those peculiar products that isn't necessarily selling towards its intended target market, nor does the product range really fit in as it sits on its own as a side-line to many of Asus' other board ranges. The latest addition is the Sabertooth
As far as motherboard sub-brands go, Asus' R.O.G. series of motherboards are part of what must easily be the most recognized series of motherboards. The latest mATX addition to the series is the Maximus V Gene based on Intel's Z77 chipset and it brings with it a couple of interesting features that made us scratch
Although not available at the launch of Intel's new 7-series chipset, we can see a lot of Asus R.O.G. fans waiting to upgrade until Asus releases the Maximus V Formula. Not only has the company brought back water cooling to the R.O.G. platform, but there's plenty of other features on offer, some that were weren't