- News tagged "asus"
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011
Aimed at professional graphics designers, the P8B WS offers the best OpenGL performance available with the new Intel C206 chipset and Socket 1155-based Intel Xeon E3-1200 series workstation processors.
The ASUS O!Play Gallery takes all-around high definition enjoyment to the TV with the ASUS exclusive O!Direct streaming function and extensive internet-based services and content management.
Friday, 8 Apr 2011
ASUS just launched the new BW-12D1S-U. It enables an easy transition from DVD, the fastest and most reliable Blu-ray burning performance, and a unique artistic approach to optical media.
Slightly larger than a standard USB flash drive, the U3 is designed for users looking to turn their notebooks into a personal high fidelity audio center complete with Dolby and GX2.5 support.
Friday, 25 Mar 2011
ASUS presents the GTX 590, which uses dual NVIDIA GF110 cores and presents more graphics processing output than any single-board product developed to date.
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011
ASUS today announced the release of the industry's first AM3+ CPU enabled motherboard solution based on the existing AMD 8-Series Chipsets.
The new ASUS Ultimate GTX550 Ti DirectCU and GTX550 Ti DirectCU TOP continue ASUS graphics card tradition of shipping overclocked power up to 1015 MHz for exceptional gaming performance.
Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011
ASUS launches the P6X58-E WS with multi-GPU support for both NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFireX, SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0. It also includes built-in server-class Intel LAN, as well as ASUS-developed highlights such as Xtreme Phase power delivery and EPU energy consumption optimization.
ASUS unveils active noise cancelling headphones which deliver 87% noise reduction. They are a great fit for commuters, travelers, office workers and students who require high quality personal audio, operating up to 100 hours on one AAA battery with ANC enabled. The NC1 headphones use light materials and weigh a mere 130g for easy mobility and storage.
Tuesday, 8 Mar 2011
ASUS introduces the new HD 6990 graphics card. It uses dual HD 6970 cores on one printed circuit board, doubling the power while maintaining streamlined energy draw requirements.