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Asus Eee PC 1015PX arrives in the US

05/09/2011, Asus’ first netbook that boasts of the new Intel Atom N570 processor has finally arrived in the US, where it will be a wee bit speedier compared to the N550. After all, it does pack a dual-core N570 1.66GHz chip – now, if only software...

ASUS speaks up about Eee Pad Transformer tablet shortage

05/06/2011, In light of all the rumors and speculations about the ASUS Transformer running low on stock, the folks over at Netbook News decided to get in touch with ASUS to get to the bottom of things. They managed to get ASUSTek spokesman David Chang about the...

ASUS updates U43SD bamboo laptop

04/19/2011, With the introduction of Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors, it’s a no brainer to assume that laptops will be getting upgrades to the new processors as well, especially popular models like ASUS’s bamboo laptop. The U43SD laptop has...

Asus U31SD, U31E, and U36SD notebooks set to debut

04/18/2011, Asus has put forward the U31SD, U31E, and U36SD notebooks for sale, or at least with the intention of doing so, bring a trio of thin as well as featherlight (this is speaking relatively, of course) machines that will be powered by Intel’s latest...

Asus Xonar U3 external sound card gets the job done

04/12/2011, While most notebooks come with their own sound card (more or less every one of them, actually), those who are audiophiles and are more discerning would definitely want something better. The Asus Xonar U3 is an external sound card that lets you plug it...

Asus BW-12D1S-U external 3D Blu-ray writer

04/11/2011, Asus scores another first with the BW-12D1S-U, where it is touted to be the fastest external 3D Blu-ray writer in the world. That title shouldn’t be too hard to earn considering how non-competitive this sector of peripherals are. Apart from making...

Asus Transformer releases its source code

04/08/2011, Here’s putting the cart in front of the horse, where the Asus Transformer tablet (or is it a laptop?) isn’t even out in the market just yet, but Asus has already rolled out the source code for the Transformer. Here’s a quick recap...

Asus Lamborghini VX7 notebook now comes in black

04/07/2011, A sports car should always have two color options available – red and black, while other colors can just be there as an afterthought. If you are Asus and want to roll out a Lamborghini-inspired notebook, then it makes sense to follow the same rule,...

Asus Eee PC T101MT convertible tablet introduced

03/30/2011, Asus has just announced their latest device, the Eee PC T101MT convertible tablet which will receive an Atom processor upgrade, bringing it up to speed – we’re talking about a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N570 dual core chip. Too bad the rest of the...

Asus Eee PC 1015B and 1215B arrives at sales channels in the US

03/23/2011, Asus’ Fusion-powered netbooks (wait a minute there, are netbooks even relevant in this day and age?), the Asus Eee PC 1015B and 1215B, where they will come with 10-inch and 12-inch displays which retail from $289 and $379, respectively. At that...

Eee Pad Transformer to hit Taiwan this Friday

03/20/2011, CES 2011 was where Asus announced their Eee Pad Transformer with an April release date in sight, and we are well pleased to hear that said device is ahead of schedule and will see an official release in Taiwan this coming Friday. Pre-orders will begin...

Asus to release Google Chrome netbooks?

03/17/2011, Fans of Google’s Chrome OS might have a reason to rejoice soon. Asus, creators of some of the hottest selling netbooks around, has been rumored to be releasing new netbooks that run on Google’s Chrome OS. The rumored netbooks will come with...

Asus wants to include Quad Core processors and 3D in new tablets

03/07/2011, Asus has big plans for the tablet landscape in the near future, hoping to roll out at least a quartet of new Android tablets, and will not stop there but look forward with an Android tablet that has a 3D display (can we watch Wimbledon 2011 on that?),...

ASUS motherboard boxes double up as PC cases

03/03/2011, If there’s one thing we’re always keen on seeing, it’s the initiatives that manufacturers take in order to go greener. ASUS has recently come up with an idea to allow consumers to easily reuse the cardboard boxes that their motherboards...