Asus has finally taken the wraps off its Intel-powered Chromebox series, which is expected to land in March with prices starting at $179. Read on to learn more!
The new ASUS Padfone E has been spotted online with a rather interesting color option – Johnnie Walker Black. Another case of shameless advertising or a delicious Scotch whiskey?
ASUS has made the Tegra 3 based Transformer Pad TF502T official by publishing a product page for the tablet on its Taiwanese website. Sadly, the new device seems to be just a repackaging of the TF600T, which ran Windows RT, but now with Android.
This week, in your world of Android: Samsung introduced four new tablets, CES teemed with cool new wearables, smart cars were in the spotlight, Sony launched the Xperia Z1 Compact, Nvidia teased the new K1, Asus launched a line of ultra-cheap smartphones, an exec talked about the launch of the Galaxy S5, and the CyanogenMod-running OnePlus One became official.
Now that CES is winding down, what’s your takeaway? What were the products that really impressed you? What will you remember a year from now?
Josh Vergara gets hands on with the new ASUS Transformer Book Duet, which offers 4-in-1 functionality as either a Windows or Android laptop and tablet.
Join us as we go hands-on to get a better look at the Asus PadFone Mini, a 4-inch handset that has the ability to transform into a 7-inch tablet.
Join us as we go hands-on to get a better look at the newly announced ZenFone 6, a new budget handset with a starting price of $199.
In our hands-on preview of the Zenfone 5, Josh looks at the strengths and weaknesses of this interesting device, though, we have to say, the $150 starting point of the phone puts all inconveniences in a more positive light.
The Asus Zenfone 4 device is incredibly affordable at $99 unlocked, but the question is, can any manufacturer deliver a decent Android experience at this price point?