The ASUS manufactured Nexus 7 is a great tablet by any measure, but factor in the affordable price and it’s absolutely fantastic. This fall, ASUS will be taking a similar approach to its first Android Wear device.
According to a rumor out of TechCrunch, ASUS is working on an Android Wear powered smartwatch with a ... Read More »
ASUS has tried any and every concept under the sun and occasionally strikes gold. Today’s announcements from Computex follow the same trend, with several new mashup devices on the way. The first device to talk about is the Fonepad 8, ASUS’ massive phone/tablet device that’s even bigger than Samsung’s new Galaxy W. The Fonepad 8 sports ... Read More »
Remember when AT&T announced the ASUS PadFone X way back in early January? Ol’ Blue hasn’t said much about its smartphone-tablet dock combo since then, but today the carrier broke its silence by revealing its pre-order plans for the X.
The PadFone X will be available for pre-order online ... Read More »
Since their launch, Chromebooks have steadily grown in popularity, which has led to more manufacturers jumping on the Chromebook bandwagon and launching their own Chrome OS devices. ASUS is the latest to join the Chromebook craze with its 11.6-inch C200 and 13.3-inch C300. The smaller of the duo is now available for pre-order through Amazon ... Read More »
Since its reveal at CES, ASUS has remained mum on the subject of the PadFone X, the latest entry in its category of phones with tablet docks. That changes today, as AT&T has revealed the specs of the device. We still don’t know anything about pricing or availability, but hey, here’s a rundown of the ... Read More »
ASUS isn’t the only manufacturer that’s been cranking out dual-booting devices with both Windows and Android, but it has been pushing them pretty intently. There are already a few on sale, but unfortunately, it looks like that’s about to come to an end. ASUS is halting sales of dual-booting devices and will not be making ... Read More »
You can say what you want about the Android game console market, but there is one thing it isn’t: successful. The OUYA is probably the most popular of the bunch thanks to its huge Kickstarter campaign, but as far as we can tell, its post-launch success has been very small. Mad Catz gave it a ... Read More »
It seems as though the rollout of Android 4.4 to existing hardware is finally getting into full swing, with devices like the Moto X, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S 4 all getting their updates in recent months. Now another manufacturer has announced that it, too, is getting in on the Android 4.4 update action.
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Accessories for Nexus devices have been somewhat of a disaster in recent times. The Nexus 7 2012 dock was leaked several times and I badly wanted one, but it was released a good 8 months after the Nexus 7 itself. By that point, I was so burned out from waiting that I didn’t even want ... Read More »
ASUS has announced a fresh new line of smartphones called the ZenFone line. These devices are meant to be available to everyone, not just those with enough money for a high-end smartphone. There will be a selection of three models in four-, five-, and six-inch sizes with varying specs to match.
The ZenFone 4 features ... Read More »