Popular Asus Articles for 2010
It's getting crowded in the business tablet market with four devices -- five, if you count the iPad -- competing for the same users. The newest device, the Windows 7[...]
When it comes to tablet PCs, Hewlett Packard means business, as evident by the new HP Slate 500 Tablet PC, a Windows 7 tablet the company is targeting at business[...]
Could the potential "iPad killers" be close to release? Asus today announced pricing and release details on the highly anticipated Eee Pad tablets the company first unveiled at Computex Taipei.
Asus has announced its much-anticipated Eee Pad. One version of this tablet computer will run Microsoft Windows 7 and have a 12.1-inch touchscreen, while a second will have a 10-inch[...]
As we said in our CES preview, Windows tablets will make the biggest splash in Vegas. One early candidate to generate some buzz is the Asus EP121 Eee Pad tablet[...]
It's not a BlackPad, and it's certainly not a SurfBook. RIM has puts those BlackBerry tablet rumors to sleep by unveiling the PlayBook, a seven-inch tablet (1024 x 600) sporting[...]
The PDA market is dead, murdered by the smartphone. With the Eee Note, it seems Asus is betting that it can reemerge somewhere in the cracks between the eReader and[...]
Asus is going to take the wraps off a tablet computer at the Computex tradeshow early next month. The first version of the Eee Pad will run Microsoft Windows, while[...]
The ASUS Eee Pad unveiled at Computex earlier this year may ditch Windows CE in favor of Android 3.0. If true, this provides further evidence that Android 3.0, codenamed "Gingerbread,"[...]
In rolling out the new BlackBerry PlayBook this week, RIM co-CEO Michael Lazaridis dubbed the long-rumored device "the world's first professional tablet." And while the PlayBook sports a lengthy list[...]
Judging by the news leaking out of Vegas, where manufacturers are putting the final touches on their CES plans, tablets will dominate the consumer-tech discussion in early 2011. And it[...]
The big tablet news was news that wasn't, actually. On Monday, Steve Ballmer officially unveiled Windows Phone 7 with no mention of tablets. It seems Microsoft is sticking by Windows[...]
RIM dominated tablet news this week with the unveiling of the long-rumored BlackBerry tablet, a device RIM describes as "enterprise ready," which they call the PlayBook. Let's take a look[...]
Networking specialist Cisco today unveiled the Cius, an Android-powered tablet computer the company is touting as "a first-of-its-kind collaboration business tablet."
Asustek has officially announced that its Linux-based Eee Note EA-800 will be available this week in Taiwan. Yet the budget-minded, note-taking e-reader probably won't make it to the US or[...]
Sprint has plans to add more variety to its selection of 4G devices, as the company's president of business markets Paget Alves recently stated in an interview with Forbes that[...]
Asus will begin launching tablets this December, each sporting a seven-inch, 10-inch, or 12-inch display, according to Asus chief Jerry Shen. The news comes just months after Shen announced Eee[...]
The Apple iPad just got a bit more productive with the release of the Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite application.
A Cisco Cius software partner FAQ has leaked online, revealing further details on the Android-powered business tablet. Of note, the Cius will run under $1,000 but cost "twice the price[...]
Networking specialist Avaya debuted the aptly-named Desktop Video Device, an Android tablet with an 11.6-inch screen aimed at the business market that will compete with the upcoming Cisco Cius.