1. froggyboy604

    ASUS NovaGO hands-on

    This looks like a okay laptop for basic tasks. But, $599 is expensive for a basic laptop with 64GB storage, 4GB of RAM and a mobile Phone/tablet Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU. Users can get a regular Windows 10 laptop with 8GB of RAM, Intel i3 or i5 CPU, disc drive, more storage for $500 on...
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    ASUS May Launch Fewer Consumer Desktop Products Going Forward

    If a new report out of Taiwan is taken at face value, it appears that ASUS has decided to release fewer conventional consumer desktop computers going forward. The company will reportedly focus more on its enterprise sector in China and Taiwan instead, aside from focusing on all-in-one PC and...
  3. froggyboy604

    Taking a closer look at ASUS Zenbo Robot

    This looks like a nice robot for people who are disabled/handicapped, and can't use a remote, keyboard, mouse, or make phone calls on their own because of a disability.
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    ASUS agrees to 20 years of audits for router security issue

    Over the next two decades, ASUS' routers and their firmware will undergo an independent security audit once every two years. That's one of the conditions FTC set that ASUS had to agree to in order to settle the commission's charges. See, the FTC found that the Taiwanese manufacturer's routers...
  5. froggyboy604

    Google And ASUS Team Up On A Router With A Nifty Twist

    Today, Google and ASUS announced that they’re working together on a version of OnHub which will run you $219.99, $20 more than Google’s original OnHub (TP-LINK). Why the extra bucks for the ASUS build? Well, it does have a nifty new feature called “Wave Control,” which lets you speed up your...
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    Asus' gamer-centric RT-AC88U with 8 wired ethernet ports on Router

    Asus announced a slew of products designed to appeal to gamers this afternoon, but the one that interests me the most is the new RT-AC88U router. It’s a dual-band model that Asus claims will deliver up to 2.1Gbps of throughput on the 5GHz band and 1Gbps on the 2.4GHz band. But more noteworthy...