Popular Asus Articles for 2012
With the Stylistic M532, Fujitsu has introduced one of its first Android business tablets to US enterprise audiences, complete with a Tegra 3 processor and a 10.1-inch screen.
ASUS had to do something special at CES 2012 to trump its Transformer Prime. So what did it do? ASUS introduced a more powerful Transformer Prime and an insanely inexpensive[...]
Computex is the unofficial ASUS homeshow, given both are based in Taipei. As such, the Transformer maker did not want to disappoint when it came to announcing new hardware, and[...]
What is ASUS hiding on the 13th floor? Could it be the rumored Google tablet? That's the question following a visit to its Taiwan-based headquarters in Taipei, where ASUS reps[...]
Mobile World Congress 2012 featured quad-core tablets from Huawei, ASUS and Toshiba, and two sizes of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. TabletPCReview was able to test them all out for this[...]
TabletKiosk's eo a7400 is a Windows tablet designed for the enterprise. It's well suited for its target market, but should consumers look at it too? Read on to find out.
The Google tablet is official as Google today unveiled the Nexus 7 tablet, a 7-inch device made by ASUS with a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor running Android Jelly Bean[...]
No one can accuse ASUS of being boring. Its PadFone is an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink device that serves as a smartphone, tablet and netbook, complete with stylus that doubles as a phone[...]
With CES well on its way, NVIDIA has just announced the pricing for the 7-inch slate ASUS introduced earlier today, marking the tablet with a $249 price tag, putting the[...]
Two older ASUS tablet models, the Transformer TF101 and the Slider SL1, will both be receiving an update to the latest version of Android, AKA Jelly Bean.
ASUS used its time at Mobile World Congress to not only reintroduce the ASUS PadFone, but also completely rebrand its Transformer series of Android tablets with keyboard docks.
The CES news is coming out fast and furious, with ASUS revealing plans to release a Windows 8 ARM tablet in 2012 along with a host of Android tablets.
Anyone shopping for a tablet on Verizon's website might suddenly find themselves suffering from sticker shock. That is because this carrier is no longer offering subsidies for this class of[...]
The ASUS Padfone, the three-in-one tablet/smartphone/netbook combo may be headed Stateside through AT&T.
Tablet News Bits: Sony Tablet S Price Drop, ASUS CES Tablet Revealed, Lenovo and Acer Sticking with Wintel
It's 2012 and Sony is slashing prices, pics of ASUS CES tablets are leaking, and Lenovo and Acer are sticking with Intel and Windows. Find out what else is going[...]
The doors to the IFA tradeshow will soon open. This has become famous for the launches of important mobile devices, like the first Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note.
ASUS has revealed two old faces with new names today, as it reintroduces the ASUS Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT, formerly known as Tablet 810 and Tablet 600. The[...]
The Asus VivoTab RT is the latest tablet from AT&T. This is one of the first on the market with Windows RT, plus it has a 10.1-inch display and built-in[...]
One of the first crop of tablets running Windows RT can now be pre-ordered. The Asus Vivo Tab RT won't be available for a couple of weeks, however. UPDATED
An ongoing TabletPCReview survey has revealed that business tablet users value security, I/O flexibility, and devices based on Microsoft's Windows operating system, among other findings.