ASUS prepares to release television-sized monitors of the future.
A gesture-filled Windows 8 experience is headed your way before we ring in 2014. Asus has inked a deal with Leap Motion.
How did we miss this gem at Computex last week? Oh right, E3 2012 happened. Lost in the kerfluffle of gaming news is this dual-screen Ultrabook called the Taichi by Asus. As with the company's Padfone, the Taichi bucks convention with a lid that actually has a screen on the inside and outside.
The company best known for its EeePC netbooks, Transformer Prime tablet and Zenbook Ultrabooks is finally launching its most crazy product yet: the Padfone — a smartphone that can be plugged into a tablet docking station.
Forget about the new iPad for a second. Buried under the torrent of iPad news (yes, we know its screen is drop-dead awesome) is reported "confirmation" that Google is building a 7-inch "Nexus tablet" with Asus that will possibly be cheaper than the $200 Kindle Fire and come with the next version of Android.
The saying goes "If you need it done right, do it yourself." With the iPad making headlines all this week, Google's new line of defense to grab a stake in the tablet market might be to attack the low-end. Rumor has it that Google is partnering with Asus for a tablet that'll cost half as much as an iPad.
Faster processors and high-resolution displays are par for the course when companies spit out tablets every few months. Asus's new Transformer Pad Infinity is an upgrade to the formidable Eee Pad Transformer Prime that has a full HD screen, faster quad-core processors and upgraded cameras.
With a sea of Ultrabooks coming out soon and Windows 8 on track for a release by the end of the year, it's time PC makers start differentiating themselves. Tobii's eye-tracking tech is really cool, and word on the block is that Asus is working to integrate Kinect sensors directly into laptops.
Excited for more tablet options? It's a new year and Asus is reportedly planning to hit the ground running with a powerful new 7-inch tablet worthy of the Transformer Prime name.
Black Friday's come and gone, and most people walked away with a heavily discounted tablet, but the best has yet to come. The first quad-core tablet powered by Nvidia's powerful Tegra 3 system on a chip is coming into retail next week.