06/03/2013, Asus unveiled what it's calling the "world's first" mouse, touchpad hybrid peripheral.
06/03/2013, Asus unveiled its VivoPC, which is their upcoming Windows 8-based home theater PC.
06/03/2013, A new Asus Transformer Pad Infinity was announced featuring a display resolution of 2560 x 1600.
06/03/2013, Seems like ASUS wants to take a stab at Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 with their own phablet, the FonePad Note.
06/03/2013, The ASUS MeMo Pad gets a refresher in the form of a HD display, not to mention a pretty affordable price tag too!
05/31/2013, Most monitors these days are able to display Full HD resolutions at 1920×1080, but with UHD/4K televisions starting to emerge, there could be a day in the future where 4K is the new standard. If you’re an early adopter and would like to get your...
05/30/2013, The Asus Memo Pad HD could be the next tablet from Asus revealed at Computex 2013.
05/29/2013, No, it does not seem as though a new Nexus 7 is coming, but rather, we have the current Nexus 7 getting re-certified by the Bluetooth SIG.
05/28/2013, Asus Transformer AiO Android 4.2.1 update is now being rolled out. Users can download it on the device over-the-air.
05/27/2013, Asus has posted a teaser on their Google+ page regarding new product that will be announced at Computex 2013. Perhaps this is the first of multiple teasers will see before the event.
05/24/2013, Asus announced its upcoming VivoBook V551 ultrabook will feature an Intel Haswell CPU.
05/23/2013, A currently unannounced Asus K005 tablet has stopped by the FCC for approval. According to the filing it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor.
05/23/2013, ASUS has been releasing a pretty steady stream of decent products, and if you were hoping to pick up the PadFone Infinity in the US, you might be able to do so soon. While ASUS has yet to make an official announcement of sorts, in response to a customer...
05/20/2013, Asus has shared that the company intends to roll out a spanking new Ultrabook sometime down the road later next month, when Computex kicks off, that is. According to Asus, the Asus Zenbook Infinity (as it will apparently be called) will be 14% thinner...