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The PadFone takes center stage at the ASUS press event in MWC 2012 and the team managed to get a quick hands-on with the unique product. Take a look after the jump.
Does a low price equate to sub-par performance, even when the device in question is an IPS monitor? Here's our assessment of the ASUS VS239H-P, a 23-inch, full HD, LED-backlit IPS monitor with an HDMI input and a 5ms gray-to-gray response time. And the best part is, it costs 'just' S$269.
Cape Verde is the codename for the GPU that will populate the Radeon HD 7700 series. ASUS was the first to send us their iteration with the Radeon HD 7770 DirectCU TOP 1GB GDDR5 graphics card. Join us in this quick review and find out how this new mainstream card fares.
Building on the success of its first Transformer, ASUS announced the world's first quad-core Android tablet, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Can its blazing fast processor and sleek 8.3mm metallic spun finish design bring ASUS to greater heights? Let's find out.
The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) platform serves to deliver a refined and unified user experience for Android phones and tablets. While we have seen ICS in action on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, little is known about ICS on tablets. Here's a quick look at how ICS runs on an Android tablet.
There are certain responsibilities and expectations that a poster-child of a new product category must live up to. One such example is the Core i7 processor equipped, 13-inch ASUS Zenbook UX31 for Ultrabooks. It's got the looks and build, but does it live up to expectations? We find out.
Ever wanted to know if more VRAM or if those hybrid HDDs with built-in SSD cache really work for gaming needs? We investigate with the ASUS G74SX, a 17.3-inch gaming notebook with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M GPU and 3GB VRAM, Core i7-2670QM (2.2GHz) processor, full HD 3D display, and two 500GB hybrid HDDs.
We were invited to the Singapore launch of the ASUS ZenBook and managed to get a brief hands-on with their latest Ultrabook to hit the market. While it looks gorgeous, is that enough to set itself apart from the deluge of Ultrabooks scheduled to hit the market?
On paper, there's a lot to like about ASUS' latest O!Play Mini Plus full HD media player: good support for Internet content, built-in wireless 802.11n and gigabit Ethernet support, as well as Dolby TrueHD playback. How does it fare in real life? We find out.
The ASUS N43SL receives a Jay Chou makeover. Is the new special edition better than its original predecessor or simply a cosmetic change? Read on to find out!