The Asus Eee Pad Transformer has apparently sold out on BestBuy.com.
Android and iOS may be wildly popular mobile operating systems, but Asus believes there are still a number of consumers who just can't tear themselves away from Windows - even on a tablet.
Asus, one of the biggest companies to embrace the world of netbooks and tablets, has announced the completion of its first tablet to be powered by Android 3.0.
The advent of the netbook market has been great for budget-conscious consumers, as it has opened up personal computers to people who don't have $1000 in their pocket.
These days everyone seems to think improved technology means progress. So will giving netbooks to students and teachers in Detroit improve education for students in one of the worst school districts in the country?
ASUS is the greenest notebook manufacturer, according to Greenpeace, which has released a report on the most environmentally-friendly computers, monitors, phones and televisions.
CES 2011 is definitely the year of the tablet, as more and more companies announce their entry into the lucrative space.
Asus and PrimeSense have teamed up to create a controller-free experience for Windows-based PCs that will be showcased this week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
Asus is preparing to challenge Apple’s popular iPad with a slew of Windows and Android tablets.
Nvidia has reportedly clinched a number of lucrative orders for its powerful Tegra 2 processor.
There's a lot of discussion going on about the multimedia tablet market, but most pundits seem to think nothing can kill the iPad. However, a Droid-branded Android tablet from Motorola might be worth a look.
Asustek is prepping a sleek, Android-powered tablet that is expected to cost less than $400.
A sleek Windows 7 prototype phone apparently manufactured by Asus has been spotted in Pakistan.
Remember all those talking heads who predicted that tablets and low-cost laptops would kill off the humble netbook? Well, consumer interest in such entry-level devices has apparently shown little sign of waning.
In what can only be considered a huge coup for Google's Android platform, Asus, which has struck gold with its line of inexpensive netbook computers, has dropped Windows 7 in favor of Android for its first tablet device.
Tired of choosing between Nvidia and ATI? Well, now you can have the best of both worlds - on one kick-ass Asus motherboard powered by LucidLogix's Hydra 200 SoC.
Asus has debuted a sleek Windows 7-based tablet with a 10 hour battery life at Computex 2010.
The new stereoscopic 3D home standard is not just heading to your TV, it's also making its way to the PC market. And analysts predict that as many as 75 million 3D PCs will be sold in the next 4 years.
Intel is reportedly poised to launch its next-generation of Atom-based processors.
Adobe has updated its Flash 10.1 beta with support for Intel GMA 500 graphics and Broadcom Crystal HD chips.