Popular Asus Articles for 2013
This thin-and-light notebook features a 15.6-inch IPS display, Core i7 quad-core processor and dedicated graphics. Does lack of a touchscreen kill the deal?
This 15.6-inch ASUS Vivobook delivers on most fronts, but masters none. Keep reading to find out what we like about this attractive laptop.
It seems the largest Computex crowds were huddled in the Asus Republic of Gamers booth, with many looking to demo the new G750 gaming laptop. Find out why in this[...]
This week, ASUS unveiled what promises to be a groundbreaking new laptop that might just breathe back life into Windows 8.
We recently reviewed two Windows 8 touch-enabled Ultrabooks retailing under $700; see which one we like best.
In this comparison we pit two premium thin-and-light 15-inch laptops against each other in a variety of tests to declare a winner.
Asus Transformer Book T100 To Be an Inexpensive Windows 8.1 Hybrid Laptop with a ”Bay Trail” Atom Processor
Asus will soon release a full-size Windows 8.1 tablet with a keyboard. While that's nothing groundbreaking, what is surprising about the Transformer Book T100 is the price: $350.
There's a new addition to the Asus Republic of Gamers Tytan line, and like most announcements at Computex Taipei, it includes an Intel Haswell fourth-gen CPU.
Today, at CES ASUS shows its ability to blur the lines between tablet and notebook with a collection of new convertible notebooks, laptops, and tablets. Among the highlights are a[...]
Check out our latest video review! This time we take a look at the 15.6-inch, mid-tier ASUS Vivobook V500CA-DB71T.
Google TV has been struggling, but it looks like the company has found a new partner for it with ASUS. Next week, we'll see ASUS release a new Google TV-powered[...]
We've thought for a long time that the surge in Windows-powered devices would do well to mix with Android - until, at least, Windows' app store gets off the ground.[...]
Today, ASUS unveiled an upcoming new 4K monitor that takes advantage of exciting new IGZO display technology.