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    Asus Zen Watch Hands-on

    The Asus ZenWatch is Asus’ first wearable device, and it’s looking like a nice alternative to a lot of first party wearables that we’ve seen announced recently. Well, technically, the ZenWatch is also a first party wearable, because Asus makes smartphones. But, you know. It’s hard, the smartphone game. The ZenWatch runs Android Wear, and […]

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    ASUS Padfone X Smartphone/Tablet Hybrid Lands at AT&T

    Back in January, we took a look at the ASUS PadFone X at CES, the latest in ASUS’ trademark smartphone-tablet hybrid line. The high-end 5” smartphone, which comes with a 9” tablet dock, was promised as an AT&T exclusive. Today AT&T announced pricing and availability for the PadFone X, and for a two-in-one device, the […]

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    Hands On with ASUS PadFone Mini

    ASUS is shrinking down their smartphone/tablet hybrid with the PadFone mini, which shrinks down both the smartphone and tablet shell from previous versions of the PadFone and the new PadFone X that was also announced at this year’s CES.

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    Asus Announces the Fonepad Note, a 6” Smartphone

    The Fonepad Note is Asus’ go at a new smartphone for this year, announced today at Computex 2013. It’s bigger than the Samsung phone of the same name, but is it better? Well, no. Not really. But it’s not bad! The Fonepad is a 6” Android phone running on a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z2560 […]

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    Asus Releases Ridiculous FonePad and PadFone Infinity [Hands-on]

    Say what you want about Asus, but you have to admit, they have an impressive commitment to taking the road less traveled. First we had the dual-screen Taichi, and now we have an update to the smartphone-tablet PadFone duo, called the PadFone Infinity. And, because why not, Asus also revealed the FonePad at Mobile World Congress […]

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    AT&T Has the Best Day Ever, Announces Lots of Exclusives

    AT&T certainly is having the best day ever! The company has announced a slew of hot new smartphones, tablets and other devices, many of which are exclusives. Samsung The Samsung Galaxy Camera, which is one of the first connected cameras running on Android, is set to debut on AT&T and will have support for AT&T’s […]

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    Hands-On with ASUS’s New Line of Transformer Tablets for 2012

    It seems like the Transformer Prime just came out, but ASUS is already prepping consumers for their new tablets for 2012, all of which will be branded with the Transformer Pad name. ASUS introduced high-end, mid-tier, and low-end offerings, but all three manage to pack in some very impressive tech, regardless of price point. All […]

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    Asus Padfone Tries to Be the Atrix of Tablets

    Has Asus learned nothing from the Motorola Atrix 4G? And that is that generally, people don’t want to dock their gadgets inside of other gadgets. But Asus tends to disagree. At Computex 2011 they have unveiled the much rumored Padfone, an Android tablet that has a special compartment on its back side that is designed […]

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    CES 2011 Windows 7 Booth Tour

    At the Windows 7 booth, Microsoft showed one of some of the new Windows 7 laptops, tablets, and everything else in between. Below are a few of the nicest products we saw. There’s the Acer Iconia laptop, which substitutes the keyboard for a full sized multi-touch display, Samsung’s ultra thin 9 Series Notebook, Asus’ Eee […]

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    Asus Eee PC 1015PW Fashion Netbook Makes Waves

    Asus is keeping up a good track record with their fashion netbooks. Their latest is the 1015W which sports a wave design available in purple rain, gold dust or angel skin. This EEE PC packs in 10 hours of battery life, a chiclet style keyboard, 802.11n, Bluetooth 3.0, a 250 or 320GB hard drive, the […]