Asus 2014 Tablet Articles

Popular Asus Articles for 2014

Asus MeMO Pad 8 (2014) Review

The Asus MeMO Pad 8 sports a high-end processor paired with an 8-inch display and a moderate $200 suggested retail price. How does it stack up against similarly-sized rivals? We[...]

Asus MeMO Pad 7 (2014) Review

The 2014 version of Asus' MeMO Pad 7 crams an Intel processor and 16GB of storage into a tiny package with a suggested retail price of $149, but is it[...]

Asus VivoTab Note 8 Review

Asus' VivoTab Note 8 is one of the 8-inch tablets designed to hit a sweet spot for a low-cost yet functional device. Its Wacom digitizer sets it apart from the[...]

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 vs Asus Transformer Book T100

TabletPCReview finds out if it's necessary to pay $900 for the Surface Pro 2, or if the $400 Transformer Book T100 could serve as an acceptable alternative.

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 vs Asus VivoTab Note 8

Both the Asus VivoTab Note 8 and Surface Pro 2 have pressure-sensitive Wacom stylus pens. So, do you need the $900 Pro 2, or is the $330 VivoTab Note 8[...]

Asus VivoTab Note 8 Budget Windows Tablet with Wacom Digitizer Now Widely Available

Asus' hotly-anticipated VivoTab Note 8 can now be ordered from a range of webstores. This device is the least expensive yet with a Wacom pressure-sensitive digitizer. UPDATED

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update for Tablets Review

The first major update for Windows 8.1 is available to download, and it comes with a number of user interface (UI) improvements that tablet users should be aware of.

VIDEO: Asus VivoTab Note 8 Unboxing and Preview

Don't miss this video from the TechnologyGuide test lab of the first mid-range Windows tablet with a Wacom touch-sensitive display.

Microsoft Might Be Tweaking Windows 8.1.1 To Use Less Memory

Mid-range Windows tablets are a hot item right now, and an unconfirmed report indicates that an upcoming update to Microsoft's operating system might make life easier for the companies that[...]

Mid-Range Tablets Will Turn Microsoft Around

Microsoft is going through a rough time, but there's room for optimism: a new crop of Windows tablets offer good featuresets for low prices.

More Efficient ”Cherry Trail” Processor Expected to Replace Intel’s Bay Trail in Tablets Starting Late this Year

The Bay Trail series of Intel Atom processors were a significant improvement in battery life and performance when compared to their predecessor. Now Intel is preparing a new version that[...]

Asus VivoTab Note 8 Windows Tablet Will Boast a Wacom Stylus, Low Price

Asus has unveiled an inexpensive Windows 8.1 tablet, the VivoTab Note 8 with a Wacom digitizer stylus, which it claims will be the "best pen-based tablet for productivity or creativity."

TechnologyGuide Is Giving Away Tablets

We have tablets to give away! We're making room in the TechnologyGuide test lab for very new models by giving away some relatively new tablets.

Giving Windows Away for Free Now Part of Microsoft’s Push for Low-Cost Tablets

The iPad and Android dominate the battle for tablet marketshare, while Windows is barely a blip. Microsoft is doing everything it can to change that, however, even giving Windows away[...]

Intel is Paying Tablet Makers to Use Its Chips

Intel wants its Bay Trail chips to power 40 million tablets in 2014, and it's willing to help pay tablet manufacturers to make it happen.

Asus Transformer Book T200 Hits U.S. Store Shelves

The low-cost Transformer Book T100 has been a very popular 2-in-1, and now Asus has released a larger version dubbed the T200.

Asus VivoTab Note 8 Now Available from the Microsoft Store

What is apparently the first mid-range Windows tablet with a Wacom touch-sensitive display can now be ordered, a bit earlier than expected and for a slightly higher price.

Next Microsoft Update Could Lead to Very Inexpensive Windows Tablets

Recent months have seen a slew of Windows tablets that sell for about $300. A new version of Microsoft's operating system expected next month might lead to an array of[...]

Rumor: Google to Launch an 8-Inch Nexus Tablet

Google will soon replace the Nexus 7 with its own 8-inch tablet, according to a recent report.

How To Get the Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update, and Why You Need It

Everyone running Windows 8.1 should install a major update released today, even though this doesn't bring major new features for tablet users.