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First Look: ASUS Transformer All-in-One PC Running Android and Windows 8

At CES 2013, ASUS consumed the entire 62nd floor of Trump Tower. Each suite housed unreleased hardware from the company's broad range of displays, motherboards, accessories, gaming peripherals, tablets, and PCs. The jewel of the collection was the dual OS Transformer All-in-One Desktop, a PC and tablet hybrid running both Windows 8 and Android Jellybean.


Asus Eee Pad Slider Tablet Reviewed, Benched - Deemed HOT

Asus' Eee Slider is no ordinary Honeycomb tablet. In fact, it's one of the only ones on the market with a slide-out keyboard built right into the frame.


ASUS Launches The Eee Pad Slider

ASUS Launches The Eee Pad Slider

The Eee Pad Slider from ASUS is now available. As you may expect from its name, this tablet features a slide-out keyboard to help you be more productive on the go. The Eee Pad Slider is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor and Android 3.2. The tablet also features a front-facing 1.2MP camera and rear-facing 5MP camera. Connectivity...


How Asus triumphed over Apple

MacBook Airs and baby bottles don’t mix. I was reminded of this in May when my MacBook Air, the slimmest and sleekest of Apple’s laptop products, had a meeting with my son’s baby bottle. A few drops of milk on the keyboard left me searching for a replacement laptop. Eager to try something new, I landed on the then hard-to-find Android-based Asus Transformer, also known as the Asus Eee Pad.


Intel unveils laptops that include tablet features

Intel unveiled a new category of laptops that it says will include the best features of tablets as the world's top chipmaker struggles to find its footing in the exploding market for mobile gadgets. Netbook pioneer Asustek showed its first new PC in Intel's "Ultrabook" class, the UX series, on Monday at the Computex computer show in Taipei. Intel said models made by other manufacturers would go on sale by Christmas and cost under $1,000.


Android Honeycomb 3.1 Comes To The Asus Eee Pad Transformer, Tested

In our recent detailed coverage of Asus' ever-fab, Editor's Choice-winning Eee Pad Transformer tablet, we told you that even better things lie ahead as Google rolls out their 3.1 release of Android Honeycomb.  Little did we know that roll-out would be coming sooner than later. Today, a buzzy, fuzzy little Bumble Bee floated a new Transformer...


Asus Eee Pad Transformer Sells Out Online On Day One

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Sells Out Online On Day One

Apparently, the iPad isn't the only tablet in town capable of selling out. While the Asus Eee Pad Transformer might not have the big-name appeal of its Apple rival, the $399 16GB Honeycomb tablet managed to sell out online at Best Buy's website in its first day on sale.

Senh: I wonder if the fact that's only $399 had anything to do with it. The Motorola Xoom, which cost $200 more at $599 for the base model, is a dud in sales so far.


Asus Preparing Mystery 'Personal Cloud Computing' Product For Fall Release

The booming popularity of tablets has been a mixed blessing for Asus. The Taiwan-based electronics vendor makes takes a hit each time consumers opt for tablets over the laptops and netbooks it makes. At the same time, Asus is investing in tablets, unveiling four models at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. Most of Asus’ tablets won’t launch until later this year, however, when a glut of other tablets from companies ranging from Motorola to Research In Motion to HP will also be on sale.


Asustek To Unleash Tablets Powered By Microsoft, Google, Intel, And Nvidia Against The iPad

Asustek To Unleash Tablets Powered By Microsoft, Google, Intel, And Nvidia Against The iPad

Unleash the tablet PCs! Asustek is planning on launching a whole pack of tablets. As Joe Stalin once said, sometimes quantity has a quality all its own. Research In Motion’s Playbook tablet is coming early next year. Samsung will start selling the Galaxy Tab in November. Now Asustek Computer President Jerry Shen says he plans to launch five — FIVE! — tablets next year. Take that Steve Jobs.


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