ASUS ROG Phone II has just been announced. Information about features, specs, price and release date can be found right here.
The latest firm to announce a phone with an iPhone X-like notch is Asus, with the ZenFone 5 looking instantly familiar. It looks like Apple's use of a notch in is something that we are going to have to get used to.
Hardware and electronics manufacturer ASUS has used its Computex 2016 press conference in Taipei to introduce three new Android-powered ZenFone smartphones. The third-generation range of devices offers three new models, with each carrying a different price-point and slightly varied specification to appeal to different corners of the market. Regardless of whether you're looking for a nice entry-level device, or a highly performant device with a whopping display, ASUS looks to have you covered with this announcement.
Humpgate? Apple's new iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case has been widely criticized by consumers for its rear "hump" since it was released, and now, competitors seem to have joined in on the fun as well.
2015’s Consumer Electronic Show is in full swing right now, and some of the world’s largest technology companies are already falling over themselves to get their biggest announcements out of the way before everyone loses interest. Judging by our own interest levels of years gone past, we’d give that another ten minutes or so.
The tablet market is one which is arguably already sewn up. It's already done. Dead. Finished. It's already Apple's. Or is it? With Apple undoubtedly heading the charts in and around the $500 price bracket, there is plenty of room for manufacturers to play below that mark. As the netbook market showed years ago, if you can make something cheap, people will buy it, regardless of whether it's any good or not.
Asus Eee Pad Transformer is perhaps the most “wanted” Android tablet as retailers went out of stock within a week of initial launch. The credit for this massive demand for Eee Pad Transformer goes to an easy root with some awesome DIY docks and hacks that unleashed the true potential of this device.
After HP pulled the plug on Slate PC, we knew someone else would hitch a ride to bring Windows 7 powered tablet PCs back on track. Though ExoPC took an initiative, but ASUS has jumped on this bandwagon with a bang with their Eee Pad which boasts an Intel CULV processor, an amazing 10 hour battery life with Windows 7 on top!