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Asus first to out dual core Atom N550 processor

08/25/2010, Asus gets first dibs by beating its rivals to the punch, rolling out their first dual core Intel Atom N550 1.5 GHz processor, making its way to the Asus Eee PC 1015PEM – everything else is more or less the same as with the 1015PE, save for the dual...

Asus netbook ambitions scaled down with iPad’s success

08/16/2010, Since the iPad was released, it has certainly performed extremely well on the sales front, and it is confirmed that the pie did not get bigger for everyone, much to Asus’s chagrin as they have lowered their netbook shipment estimates for the summer...

Asus Gearing Up To Launch Android-powered Eee Pad On March

08/13/2010, Asus’ CEO has confirmed that the company is busy working on an Android version of the Eee Pad which is slated to arrive in March and will be priced at just $399. Details on the tablet weren’t abundant, but it was said that some of the Android...

B-series Notebooks From Asus Boast Boston-Power Sonata Batteries

08/09/2010, Nobody likes having to purchase new batteries for their notebooks, and the use of the Sonata Long Life Battery from Boston Sonata in the B43 and B53 14-inch and 15-inch notebooks will have many folks out there jumping for joy. While it might not offer you...

Asus to release 8-inch e-book reader this October

08/06/2010, Asus has plans to introduce a new 8″ e-book reader that will feature a 64-grayscale TFT LCD display when October rolls around, although you won’t find any backlight accompanying this model. Despite that, it will be slapped with a $599 price...

Windows Phone 7-powered device from Asus leaked

08/06/2010, No, what you see here isn’t a nuclear-powered device from Pakistan, but rather, is a leak of a Windows Phone 7 production device from Asus. This is pretty much different from what was spotted at the Mobile World Congress keynote earlier this year,...

Asus Eee 1.8-inch USB Hard Drive Available In Taiwan

08/03/2010, A while back Asus was busy coming up with all sorts of Eee-branded accessories when its Eee PCs were dominating the netbook scene, though the practice seems to have died down now. That being said, it seems that Asus still sees fit to offer a USB hard...

Asus P7P55 motherboard moves USB 3.0 to front side of the bus

08/02/2010, Asus has decided to make a pretty drastic change for its commercial motherboards, moving its USB 3.0 to the front. Of course, there is a risk of USB 3.0’s speed bogging down the main I//O bus of the motherboard simply because of its sheer speed,...

Asus VG236H full HD monitor does stereo 3D support as well

07/26/2010, Asus knows that stereoscopic 3D is the way of the future, and has hence rolled out the Asus VG236H full HD monitor, offering 23″ of 1080p goodness while featuring NVIDIA 3D Vision and Trace Free II technologies. With a 2ms (gray-to-gray) response...

Asus Eee PC 1005PX spotted in bevy of colors

07/12/2010, Asus attempts to further expand their market with the Eee PC 1005PX, a new netbook which will come in white, black, red, blue and the pastel pink as you see above. The specifications are stuck in its previous generation though, where the 1.6GHz Atom N450...

Acer and Asus stops netbook releases

07/08/2010, Did we hear it correctly? Asus, who has released enough netbooks to put my family line to shame, alongside Acer will freeze netbook releases at least until the middle of next month according to Digitimes. One of the main reasons would be to clear their...

Asus Bamboo notebooks now up for pre-order at Best Buy

07/07/2010, If you’re on the lookout for an Asus Bamboo notebook in the US, then you might want to place a pre-order on Best Buy with a couple of 14″ systems appearing already, among them include the U43JC and U43F. The latter will cost $950, where it...

Owner Offers $10k Reward For Asus M10 Phone Lost In Singapore

06/30/2010, It’s hard to determine whether this is a true plea for help, or a joke that someone’s trying to play, but a video has surfaced from a person who claims to have lost his Asus M10 phone in Singapore. Why would most folks care? Apparently...