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    What Intel Haswell Means for This Year’s New Batch of Ultrabooks

    While they haven’t been much of a secret lately, Computex 2013 was more or less the coming out party for Intel’s 4th generation of core processors, known better as Haswell. Loads of ultrabooks and hybrids running on Haswell chips were announced this week. So, what’s the deal with this 4th generation of Intel core processors?

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    Asus Transformer Book Trio is Something Else – Really

    Asus might not always have the most popular or practical products, but you can never, ever accuse them of being boring. The dual-display Taichi raised eyebrows at Computex 2012, and the Transformer Book Trio is doing the same at Computex 2013.

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    Asus VivoPC and VivoMouse Shake Up Home Computing (A Little Bit)

    At their Computex 2013 press conference in Taipei, Asus introduced a couple of new products under the Vivo name – the VivoPC and the VivoMouse. The VivoPC is a Windows 8 PC, although you wouldn’t know it just from the looks of it. It’s designed with kind of a different purpose in mind – as […]

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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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    Windows in One Hand – the Acer Iconia W3 [Video]

    At their Computex press conference in Taipei today, Acer showed off what they’re (very) proud to call a first – the first device that puts the full Windows 8 operating system into a device that can be held in one hand. It’s called the Iconia W3 tablet.

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    Acer Refreshes Their Aspire S3 and Flagship S7 Ultrabooks

    Acer set aside a solid chunk of time at their Computex 2013 press conference to detail the updates to their Aspire S ultrabook series. The second generation Aspire S3 and S7 both build on their predecessors, with the lower-cost S3 in particular receiving a substantial upgrade.