ASUS' MeMO Pad tablet line was made with budget prices in mind, but at Computex, the manufacturer is showing that it is taking it up a notch. With the new MeMO Pad 7 ME176C and MeMO Pad 8 ME581CL, ASUS is proving that you won't
ASUS really loves its hybrids and is now taking it to the extreme. With the new Transformer Book V, you get two operating systems, three devices, and five modes, all in one complete package. Continue Reading...
ASUS has released its second teaser video leading up to Computex 2014 next week. This time, the hints are somewhat more obvious, which could be pointing to a new PadFone that comes complete with a keyboard dock. Continue
The ASUS C200 Chromebook has officially arrived for pre-order. The C200 Chromebook sports an 11.6-inch display and sits priced at $249. The notebook can be pre-ordered from Amazon and currently has an expected shipping date of
While the US is waiting for AT&T to finally let release the PadFone X to the market, the rest of the world might not have to wait much longer. At Computex next week, ASUS is expected to launch the PadFone S, which is practically
ASUS has just put out a teaser video that is just ambiguous enough to be anything. What stands out near the end, however, is the word thin, leaving the door open for a new thin tablet, or maybe even a smartphone. Continue
Over across the pond, Google and ASUS are doing a promotion to entice would-be buyers of a Nexus 7 2013 tablet. Anyone in the UK who purchases the 16 GB variant of that device will earn ₤50 worth of credits in Google Play
It seems that ASUS has yet another 7-inch MeMO Pad tablet ready to be unveiled. The MeMO Pad 7 Me176C is a very incremental upgrade to the manufacturer's MeMO line of mid-tier budget device. Continue Reading...
There are ads and there are ads. And there are ads that you sometimes wish weren't. AT&T has chosen to regale us with another ad attempting to sell the PadFone X as something cool, forgetting the one piece that really makes it
ASUS may yet be getting another one of its PadFone hybrids inside the country. While we're still waiting for AT&T to give the green light for the PadFone X, another device was seen at the FCC, sporting some rather curious, if not