Popular Asus Articles for 2012
This facelifted ASUS G-series gaming notebook features a new backlit keyboard and the latest technology including an Intel Core i7-3610QM processor and 2GB Nvidia GTX 660M graphics card.
It might look like a MacBook Air from a distance, but the ASUS ZenBook UX32VD is a 14-inch Ultrabook running Windows 7 and packed with some surprising power.
This 14-inch Ultrabook offers a Windows 8 experience complete with a touch-enabled screen for $699. Read on to find out what's forgivable and what's not at this price point.
Two of the most popular mainstream 17-inch gaming notebooks come together in our head-to-head battle; we review the pros and cons and pick a winner.
This Ultrabook breaks the mold by using lower cost components including a traditional hard drive instead of just an SSD. Our thoughts on this setup might surprise you.
This 15-inch desktop replacement packs a quad-core processor, Bang & Olufsen speakers, and a two-year warranty for under a grand. Find out why this attractive ASUS notebook just doesn't make[...]
ASUS promises the 12.5-inch B23E to be a reliable business netbook with good performance and user-friendly features. It's packed with the kind of performance found in a mainstream business desktop.[...]
We took a look at two of the hottest Ultrabooks on the market. Both feature a 13.3" screen and fast flash storage, but do the extra features of the ASUS[...]
The ASUS ET2700 is the latest media-centric, all-in-one performance beast from the Taiwanese manufacturer. Since getting into the all-in-one game, each generation of ASUS computers has been better than the[...]
Just when you thought we had enough thin and light laptops ASUS unveils an all new range of Eee PC netbooks, updates to the UX21 ultrabook and a new 1080p[...]
Day two of CeBIT shows that ultrabook and notebook manufacturers are trying to "reclaim" computer market profit which was taken over by tablet manufacturers. We had a chance to check[...]
AMD hasn't said much about its upcoming line of AMD Radeon HD 8000 graphics cards. However, it appears that the cat may be out of the bag thanks to a[...]
The tablet gaming landscape just got a little bit more epic. Today at IFA NVIDIA and EPIC Games demonstrated the Unreal 3 Engine on the ASUS Windows RT tablet. Brining[...]
The FCC just revealed a number of documents about the ASUS 'Qube', a new Google TV product that looks to be on track for reveal at CES in January.