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ASUS PadFone Infinity Lite Launched

02/19/2014, ASUS has an entire lineup of tablet and smartphone hybrids that it calls the PadFone. Just last month two additions were made to the lineup, the PadFone Mini and the PadFone E. Today yet another model has been launched which sticks to the core philosophy...

Asus C200 And C300 Chromebooks Could Arrive In 2014

02/14/2014, ASUS might be working on introducing its first Chrome OS notebooks and devices such as the ASUS Chromebox (which is the latter), where it has been reported that the ASUS C200 and ASUS C300 Chromebooks will most probably arrive later this year, where they...

ASUS Gamebox Could Be NVIDIA Shield Rival

02/10/2014, ASUS does not just roll out computers, notebooks, and smartphones – it seems as though they might also want to throw their lot into mobile gaming. In fact, it seems that ASUS is working on a mysterious device which will carry the name “Gamebox”,...

ASUS Chromebox Just launched

02/04/2014, Google’s Chrome OS has typically arrived in laptops known as Chromebooks, but it looks like ASUS will be going a different route with the announcement of their Chromebox. The device will be powered by Chrome OS, but the main different is that it does...

ASUS Promises Feature Packed Smartwatch For 2014

01/29/2014, There are many companies working on smartwatches at the moment. We have companies like Samsung with their Galaxy Gear, Motorola, Sony, Pebble, and there are even rumors that companies such as Apple and Google could be interested in the smartwatch game as...

ASUS PadFone E Launches In Taiwan

01/27/2014, Earlier this month ASUS announced the PadFone X and the PadFone Mini, but as it turns out it looks like AT&T has more devices up their sleeves because over in Taiwan, ASUS has officially launched the ASUS PadFone E, which based on its specs, appears...

Nexus 7 Charging Docks Listed Without Official Availability Date

01/20/2014, When it comes to accessories for the range of Nexus devices, those happen to be a rather sensitive topic. After all, it is not all the time that every single one of them have been a success, and neither have they been abject failures, either. With so many...

ASUS TF502T Spotted On Website

01/13/2014, Back in 2012, a certain ASUS tablet with the model TF600T was spotted at the FCC. The tablet was part of ASUS’ Transformer lineup of tablets and would run on Windows RT. Well it looks like the Taiwanese company is back with an update to the tablet in...

ASUS PadFone X Announced, Heads For AT&T

01/06/2014, [CES 2014] We have seen a slew of devices announced by the folks over at ASUS earlier today, and here is yet another device which you might actually be interested in. Subscribers to AT&T will be pleased to hear that the ASUS PadFone X will be making...

ASUS Transformer Book Duet Announced, Dual Boot Windows 8 + Android

01/06/2014, [CES 2014] Thanks to the introduction of Windows 8, along with its user interface which looked like it was designed for touchscreens in mind, we have been seeing a lot of hybrid devices as of late, combining features of a tablet and a notebook into a...

ASUS ZenFone 4, 5, And 6 Announced

01/06/2014, [CES 2014] ASUS might not necessarily be a name associated with smartphones. With computers? Sure. With tablets? Definitely, but this has not stopped the Taiwanese company from releasing smartphones and in 2014, smartphone buyers will be able to look...

ASUS Unveils VivoTab Note 8 Windows 8.1 Tablet

01/06/2014, [CES 2014] There are a handful of Windows 8 tablets available in the market right now, although Microsoft’s Surface series of Windows-based tablets are probably the most famous at the moment. However come 2014, ASUS is hoping to change that with a...

ASUS Announces PadFone Mini, Powered By Intel

01/06/2014, [CES 2014] ASUS’ family of PadFone products is not new. In fact back in December 2013 ASUS announced the PadFone Mini which was powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, but come 2014, it looks like ASUS might have a newer variant of the PadFone Mini...

Apple And ASUS Top Two Tablet Vendors In Japan [Research]

12/30/2013, Tablets kickstarted the “post-PC” revolution and now they are one of the most preferred methods of on the go computing. Its safe to say that the netbook category has been wiped out by tablets, which aimed to bring portable computing at a...