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ASUS has this week unveiled not one, but three new handsets in its Zenone line-up which hope to be contenders to this year's big flagship releases. The new Zenfone 3 comes in three new flavours that hope to suit most users - the Zenfone 3, the Zenfone 3 Deluxe, and the Zenfone 3 Ultra.
When you think of high-end gaming PCs, you likely think of those incredibly complex builds with everything on show and in some cases with luminous liquid cooling systems. One thing you don't tend to think about however, is gaming laptops.
ASUS in my opinion have always been the front-runner when it comes to developing laptop / tablet hybrids and have always excelled with their Transformer Book products and this year it's no different as the company have unveiled the Transformer Book Chi series; three laptop / tablet hybrids each with varying prices and specs to please almost anyone who needs such a device.
As more and more smartphones are released year after year, it was only a matter of time before these little personal devices caught up with the power some current laptops offer, though it's an ambitious outlook, it appears ASUS are one of the closest yet to reach almost laptop-like specifications, in a smartphone. Introducing the ASUS ZenFone 2.
ASUS have announced that they will not be left behind in Android software and they will start upgrading their ZenFone and PadFone ranges to the new Android 5.0 from April 2015.
At Computex in Korea yesterday, ASUS unveiled their brand new 3-in-1, 5 mode device, the ASUS Transformer Book V which is both a Windows and Android notebook, a Windows and Android tablet, and an Android phone. ASUS also unveiled new a Fonepad and MeMO pad series; the Fonepad 8, MeMO Pad 7, and a MeMO Pad 8.
At Computex, the biggest annual exhibition of new technology, in Taiwan today, ASUS opened the flood gates on a range of devices in both the notebook, tablet, and phone market. They also unveiled the ASUS Transformer Book V, a device that's a notebook, a tablet, and a phone all-in-one, what's more it runs both Android and Windows simultaneously.
ASUS are at it again, this time with a video teasing "the next incredible thing." The last time they teased something like this the dual-boot Windows/Android tablet, the Transformer Book Duet, was unveiled, and we all know what happened to that.. Let's hope what they have under their sleeve is really as incredible as they make out.
Reports are suggesting that Taiwanese tech giants ASUS could reintroduce the laptop mode to their innovative PadFone line, which give users a table and smartphone in one packaged device (as the smartphone can be docked to a 10.1 inch tablet, which will mirror the display of the smartphone)...
During the run up to CES earlier this year there were rumours that ASUS were planning to unveil a new laptop/tablet hybrid that allowed the user to seamlessly switch between both Windows and Android operating systems. The company did unveil the device at CES with a North American launch planned for the end of March but it seems that this might not happen anymore as the device has reportedly been cancelled by ASUS due to pressure from Google.
Chromebooks have been given a pretty bright spotlight over the past few months as they become increasingly popular, but what about the other Chrome OS powered device, the Chromebox? Well it looks like ASUS hasn't forgotten as they've just revealed a new Chromebox that's set to launch in March.
On Monday ASUS revealed the ASUS Transformer Book Duet, something they previously teased in a video last month. This tablet/laptop hybrid runs both Android and Windows 8.1 and can be used as either a tablet or a laptop. Bloody crazy, right?
Remember last year when ASUS released a teaser video which seemed to point to a dual booting Android/Windows tablet? Well it seems that an image as well as some information on the tablet has leaked ahead of the official announcement at CES this week and what we're looking at is something pretty awesome.
This week marks the annual tech and electronics mega show CES and it may be a week that Google's Chrome OS gets some large attention, due to more companies jumping onboard the Chrome OS bandwagon...
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