Last year in February, ASUS officially announced the mysterious looking ASUS PadFone– a tablet/smartphone hybrid, and then in October came the PadFone 2, a new model with a better look
As many of you know, the new Nexus 7 with LTE is now available from the Google Play Store and soon from T-Mobile stores. The LTE version of the Nexus
Google today announced that new generation of Chromebooks and Chomeboxes will be powered by Intel’s Haswell processor. What’s so great about that? The Haswell processor is not only very powerful but,
Asus has taken to Facebook to tease its next-generation of Transformer ahead of the annual IFA conference. Dropping one image a day on the social media site, Asus is being
According to a recently leaked set of slides, the roadmap to ASUS’ attempt at Android success includes the MeMo Fone HD 5, PadFone mini, MeMo Pad HD 8, Transformer Pad FHD
Google has asked Asus to manufacturer the next-generation of Nexus 10 tablets, says a new Geek report. According to their sources, the refreshed tablet will be on retail shelves and
Just a little while ago, we told you that Google is arranging an event on July 24 where we might see the Moto X, Android 4.3 and probably the sequel
If true, the tablet will be faster and feature a higher resolution display, rear camera, and more.
Sources claim the tablet will focus more on mid-range price point this time around.
ASUS formally announced on Monday that it will soon begin offering the NVIDIA Tegra 4-powered Transformer Pad Infinity. Indeed, the quad-core tablet/notebook hybrid will be among the most powerful devices on
Asus is cooking up something potentially Android-related and has started teasing it online. A new video called “We Transform” (embedded below) doesn’t spell out any clues or details but, rather,
Earlier this year, ASUS introduced the $150 Android tablet known as ASUS MeMO Pad. Today, the tablet lands in the USA as one of the More inexpensive tablets around. Don’t be
ASUS will reportedly introduce a low cost 7-inch Android tablet in the second quarter, advises Bulgarian tech site Tablet.bg. How low cost? Well, the phrase “ultra-budget” is being tossed around
Google may turn to Qualcomm as the chipmaker of choice for the next-generation Nexus 7, reports Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnel. Citing supply chain issues and competitive pricing, Google could be leaving
ASUS yesterday announced a budget-friendly 7-inch Android tablet, the $150 MeMO Pad. Looking remarkably similar to the Nexus 7 on the surface, the difference is found under the hood. Perhaps