The Asus Padfone 2 was launched in October of last year. Although it is currently only available in a handful of markets, it doesn’t stop the smartphone-cum-tablet device from hitting the million mark.
Asus recently launched the 7-inch ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (model ME172V) in Malaysia, and the device will be available for RM499 ($166).
We don’t really know how they do it (and yeah, we’re a bit jealous), but the folks over at Tablet.bg seem to be masters at scoring tabs before anyone else. And way ahead of their official launches.
YouTube user PsychoRadler has uploaded a video showing us inner workings of the new Nexus 7 dock. You might be surprised to find out just what goes in to making a $40 docking station.
Asus has been sending a lot of memos in the past year, some of which you may find intriguing. If you’re particularly interested in the Asus MemoPad 10, here’s a video of the 10.1-inch tablet being manhandled.
How well does the Huawei Ascend Mate fare against the Google Nexus 7 in terms of display, design, footprint, internal hardware and Android version? Huawei Ascend Mate vs Google Nexus 7: a bizarre comparison!
In case you happen to own an Asus PadFone 2, the second-gen Android smartphone that becomes a tablet at your convenience, then you’ll be more than happy to hear your handset is in for that much-anticipated upgrade, Jelly Bean.
In a world dominated by Samsung, the Asus Padfone 2 stands out as truly innovative. Join as we go through its specs and features in our Padfone 2 review.
Our Android crack team in Las Vegas has been prowling the halls of CES looking for the weird and the wonderful, and boy they found it.
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.