We’ve had our share of “bombs” dropped upon us in Vegas during the opening days of CES, but I’m sure there’s room for at least another. Enter the stage the Asus Transformer AiO, the Frankenstein-esque creature that is part Windows-based all-in-one PC and part Android tablet.
When the Qube was unveiled yesterday, Asus has left out some important details from the press release, such as its pricing and availability. An Asus official has helped filling in the blanks.
Asus has just unveiled the Qube with Google TV, a set-top box that will bring Google’s services and apps right to your living room
Google TV has been slow going but slowly improving as well. At this year’s CES, OEMs are expected to announce new Google TV products. One of which is the popular ASUS, who did the Nexus 7 as well.
CES is one of the most important and glamorous yearly trade shows in technology, and, although this year’s event might not be very spectacular, there are still numerous gadgets to look for with excitement.
Asus notebooks will soon support built-in 3D gesture recognition through Leap Motion. Will smartphones and tablets benefit next from this technology?
Not long after the Google Nexus 10 became available through Google Play once again, the highly affordable Nexus 7 became available there as well. It can now be purchased for as low as $199 up to $299 depending on configuration.
The Android-powered Iconia B1 is reportedly set to arrive in India before the end of January. But instead of being called the Iconia B1, it will be called simply Iconia B, and priced at $149.
Asus has pretty much always been an important tablet player, but ever since the Google co-branded Nexus 7 got out the bar of expectations got a huge bump.
Still waiting for Asus to release the official docking station for the Nexus 7? Word has it that the dock will be released in Europe in about two weeks from now.