PC Show 2008 - The Full Coverage (Part 2)

ASUS' Booth - Page 1

ASUS' Booth - Page 1

 Bustling with activity, ASUS has quite a few booths at the PC Show, all showing its extensive range of PC and consumer electronics products.

 A very handy and portable mini GPS PDA phone, the ASUS P320 is quite the connected device, supporting EDGE, GPRS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It has a built-in GPS chipset with internal antenna and uses Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. At $545, you can get this device, along with free gifts like an extra battery, stylus and sleeve pouch.

 ASUS� P750 is a 3.5G PDA phone that provides fast data transfer using HSDPA and supports push email. It has a 3-megapixel auto focus camera and has a built-in GPS chipset. Bonus gifts for this $828 phone include an Agis Singapore Map, Car kit, protection case and an extra stylus.

 With dual screens, this ASUS M930 3.5G smart phone has a full QWERTY keypad for quick input. The large, wide screen and 3.5G speeds make it suitable for Internet use. Users can choose either numeric or the QWERTY keypad for input. Including its free gifts of a Bluetooth headset, 2GB microSD cards and a protection case, this phone costs $898.

 Targeted at gamers, this ASUS PG191 19-inch LCD display has a low response time of 2ms and a native resolution of 1280 x 1024. The monitor also comes with an integrated webcam and speakers, along with 3 USB ports. ASUS has a first year zero bright dot policy to reassure consumers that this display is worth its $499 price tag.

 With its full HD resolution, the MK241H is one of the top models available from ASUS, costing $799. This sum will get you a display with HDMI, analog and DVI inputs. It also has a 3000:1 contrast ratio and built-in webcam and microphone array.

 The most expensive monitor on show from ASUS is the high-end PG221H, which is a 22-inch gaming display with a 2ms response time. The contrast ratio is 2000:1 and video outputs include analog/DVI, HDMI, S-Video and Component. It also has a built-in webcam and a 15W subwoofer with 10W SRS TruSurround XT. Together with its first year zero bright dot policy and three years on-site warranty, this set will cost you $829.

 A 20-inch widescreen with a 800:1 contrast ratio and a 8ms response time, the ASUS PW201 only has analog/DVI, S-Video, RGB and Component video inputs. It's priced at $599 with the same first year zero bright dot policy as the others.