The Raspberry Pi is likely going to be the go-to board for most people who want a homebrew-friendly board for do-it-yourself projects but ASUS has now come out with its own tiny board to capture a segment of this market. ASUS calls it the Tinker Board, which is a very appropriate name for such a device, and while it’s almost the same size as a Raspberry Pi it does challenge […]
Last week it was reported that ASUS Philippines had started to roll out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the phone. It was then expected that the update would eventually find its way to other ZenFone 3 handsets around the world, but it seems that you might have to wait a while because the update has since been put on hold.
ASUS has been doing a good job of competing in the highly competitive smartphone market and it’s looking to grow even more in the coming years. According to a new report out of China, the company is looking to double its total smartphone shipments to 40 million units over the next three years. If it’s able to achieve that target it would make ASUS account for almost 3 percent of […]
[CES 2017] All-in-one (AIO) desktop systems are great space savers because they get rid of the boxy and sometimes chunky CPU chassis. They also provide a cleaner look which might be important for some users. If this is something you’re after, you’ll be pleased to learn that ASUS has announced their new ASUS Zen AIO series at CES 2017.
[CES 2017] Back in 2015, ASUS launched the ZenFone Zoom smartphone. As its name implies, this is a smartphone where the focus is on the camera’s zoom capabilities where it had a 3x optical zoom. If you’re the type that loves zoom lenses and shooting long-distances, then this was the smartphone for you.
[CES 2017] Back in August 2016, ASUS reintroduced the ZenBook 3 laptop that was updated with Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors. If that wasn’t a good enough upgrade for you, not to worry because at CES 2017, ASUS unveiled a new variant of the laptop in the form of the ASUS ZenBook 3 Deluxe.
[CES 2017] While Lenovo might have been the first out of the door with a Tango-enabled phone, it seems that ASUS might have beaten them to the punch as being the first to offer up a phone that is not only Tango-enabled, but also a Daydream-ready handset in the form of the ASUS ZenFone AR.
ASUS has made several PC announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, one of the new products that the company has announced happens to be something it’s calling a “business notebook.” It touts that the ASUSPro B9440 laptop is the lightest notebook in the world at just 2.3 pounds, beating the very light Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon notebook by just 0.2 pounds, at the expense of features such as front webcam […]
Chromebooks normally cost under $300 and there aren’t really that many premium options for these Chrome OS-based notebooks out there. ASUS is looking to shake things up with its latest Chromebook Flip C302CA. This is a premium notebook that will be available in different configurations with the base price starting at $500 you can end up paying a lot if you’re willing to spend big money on a Chromebook.
ASUS today unveiled its latest PC which you can actually take with you should you really need to as it’s a very compact machine. That doesn’t mean it’s now powerful. The new ASUS VivoPC X is a VR-ready Windows 10-powered computer that weighs just under 5 pounds. It has decent specs and a robust NVIDIA graphics card that’s going to be enough for most virtual reality experiences.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 is expected to be the company’s flagship mobile chipset for 2017. Details are scarce and unknown for the most part, but as per Qualcomm’s tweet the other day, they are expected to detail the chipset at CES 2017 which kicks off later this week. In the meantime it seems that we can confirm at least one phone that will take advantage of it.
Smartphone battery life these days hasn’t exactly improved by leaps and bounds over the years. For the most part, most phones still tend to last only a day, or in some cases 2-3 days tops. This is why when choosing a smartphone, factoring in battery life is clearly something that some users take seriously into consideration.
USB Type-C is the next-generation USB standard but it’s going to need some time to be common on devices. Some flagship smartphones have ditched the USB 2.0 ports in favor of the next-generation standard but there’s still a long way to go. The port is gradually making its way to other devices like notebooks as well and it appears that the new Asus Chromebook is going to jump on the […]
If a new report is believed, three popular Android smartphone manufacturers from Taiwan might miss their 2016 shipment targets. The report points out that Asus, Acer, and HTC are likely to miss the shipment targets that they set for themselves at the start of this year. The reason for lackluster performance is said to be declining shipments to lucrative markets like China, Europe, and the United States.