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ASUS rolling out bug fix for the Transformer TF101

03/14/2012, When ASUS released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the original Transformer TF101 tablet, you’d expect TF101 owners to celebrate and rejoice, but unfortunately that was not the case. As we had reported earlier, there have been many reports where...

ASUS 1025C Cedar Trail netbook now on sale

03/13/2012, If you’ve been looking forward to picking up the ASUS 1025C netbook, it looks like the wait is finally over. The portable computer has finally went up for sale today. It features a 10.1″ display, an Intel Atom processor, a 500GB HDD, HDMI...

Asus Eee PC X101CH teardown

03/12/2012, The Asus Eee PC X101CH is said to be one of the better netbook buys in the market, although I suspect that not many people would actually bother with a netbook these days when tablets are all the rage. Still, if you have your heart and mind set on the...

Asus Zenbook UX31A and UX21A features Ivy Bridge and 1080p display

03/12/2012, Ultrabooks are the in-thing to own if you want a really slim and light notebook that does not skimp on processing power, and Asus has got your back with a couple of their new Zenbooks – the UX31A and the UX21A, where they will feature Ivy Bridge,...

ASUS debunks £700 Padfone price rumor

03/12/2012, Are you guys looking forward to getting your hands on the ASUS Padfone? The device was spotted at MWC (check out our preview) but unfortunately its pricing has yet to be revealed. However it seems that an online retailer might have gotten ahead of itself...

Google-ASUS tablet could arrive in May

03/09/2012, We’ve heard rumors about the Google Nexus tablet being made by ASUS in the past, and now we’ve got more details to add to the mix. According to Digitimes’ sources, the alleged 7″ tablet could arrive as early as May and should be...

ASUS Transformer TF101 to get fix for ICS bugs

03/06/2012, While a lot of people waited patiently for the ASUS Transformer TF101 to receive its Ice Cream Sandwich update, quite a lot of people were unhappy when it finally arrived. In addition to updating the tablet’s operating system, it introduced quite a...

Google tablet rumored to be made by ASUS

03/05/2012, Just last week on Friday, we reported on a speculation that Google’s upcoming tablet could be known as the Google Play, and if Google’s practice for their upcoming tablet is the same as for their Nexus devices, then there is a good chance that Google...

Asus confirms Android 5.0 Jelly Bean name?

03/04/2012, There were whispers late last month that pointed to Android 5.0 Jelly Bean rolling out sometime later this fall, although there has been no actual confirmation of the Jelly Bean name just yet. Still, Asus, a hardware manufacturer who does churn out...

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T tablet hits the FCC

03/02/2012, Earlier at MWC, we reported on the ASUS Transformer Pad 300 series, an Android tablet with a quad-core processor that by all accounts appeared to be the more affordable option compared to the ASUS Transformer Prime. If you’ve been eyeing the device...

Asus Transformer Pad 300 Series

02/27/2012, [MWC 2012] From a distance, it’s easy to get confused with all the new tablets from ASUS which now includes the Asus Transformer Pad 300 – they all look the same (superficially) and their price difference is often less than $150. So… here’s the...

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Hands-On

02/27/2012, [MWC 2012] The Asus transformer Pad Infinity was just announced, and while it superficially looks like the Asus Transformer Prime, it is different on a few very important points: it has a full HD (1920×1080) display, a wireless broadband (HSPA+ and...

Asus PadFone Preview (updated with video)

02/27/2012, [MWC 2012] The Asus PadFone is one of the more interesting concepts of this show: PadFone is a smartphone that turns into a tablet, which turns into a laptop. Interestingly, the concept has been thought about before, but Asus is the first company that has...

ASUS Transformer Pad 300 is an affordable quad-core tablet

02/27/2012, [MWC 2012] If you’re looking for a quad-core tablet but don’t want to shell out the money for the ASUS Transformer Prime, you’re in luck as ASUS has announced the Transformer Pad 300 series, a more affordable quad-core tablet with a price tag of...