ASUS Chromebit—Chrome OS in HDMI stick. But what’s the point?

Rubric: ASUS | 18 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
ASUS Chromebit—Chrome OS in HDMI stick. But what’s the point?

Asus Chromebit Review: The Cheap Browser On A Stick Needs More Time In The Oven. Built by Samsung, it was considerably less powerful than the average notebook PC, and like all Chromebooks, it didn’t run any software beyond Google’s Chrome browser. Though it’s the size of your average USB stick, the Chromebit has fairly decent specifications: a quad-core Rockchip RK3288-C processor and an integrated Rockchip Mali T764 graphics chip, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.Google and Asus today launched the Chromebit, an $85 HDMI stick that allows users to plug into any screen and run Chrome OS straight out of the box — assuming they also link up a USB or Bluetooth mouse and keyboard. ...

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Google Launches New OnHub Wi-Fi Router Made by Asus

Rubric: ASUS | 28 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Google Launches New OnHub Wi-Fi Router Made by Asus

Alphabet releases another super simple OnHub router. 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).On Tuesday, Google announced, via the company’s official blog, the second member to its router or OnHub family, the, which assures internet users stable Wi-Fi connectivity. The company originally teamed up with manufacturer TP-Link for its first-generation device, but today it’s expanding to add another partnership, this time with Asus. Google first launched its OnHub router series in August, attempting to make a router that’s easy to use and provides better Wi-Fi signal ...

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Google unveils new Asus-based OnHub router that costs $220 and supports hand …

Rubric: ASUS | 28 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Google unveils new Asus-based OnHub router that costs $220 and supports hand …

Alphabet releases another super simple OnHub router. 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).While the hand gesture component is new, the setting to set certain devices to the “front of the line” is not – most if not all modern routers have this feature – it’s called QoS or Quality of Service. The company originally teamed up with manufacturer TP-Link for its first-generation device, but today it’s expanding to add another partnership, this time with Asus. Google first launched its OnHub router series in August, attempting to make a router that’s easy ...

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Microsoft and Asus could team up on new HoloLens augmented reality hardware

Rubric: ASUS | 20 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft and Asus could team up on new HoloLens augmented reality hardware

Asus Wants to Build Its Own Version of Microsoft’s HoloLens. Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented reality headset won’t ship to developers until early next year, but the company is already looking to PC makers for future versions.HoloLens is definitely Microsoft’s most exciting product and the biggest innovation it has created in a long time, but for the moment, the Redmond-based tech giant is yet to release a consumer version that would allow us to experience the world of holograms and benefit from all the features that the company has presented at its latest events. And yet, while Microsoft needs more time to bring HoloLens to the market (a developer version for $3,000 will become available ...

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Partners Applaud Microsoft And Asus Patent Licensing Agreement Expansion

Rubric: ASUS | 3 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Partners Applaud Microsoft And Asus Patent Licensing Agreement Expansion

Asus will preload Microsoft Office on its Android smartphones and tablets. It also provides “closer integration” between the two companies, and will see Asus pre-load Microsoft’s Office suite on its future Android smartphones and tablets. REDMOND, Washington and TAIPEI, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Microsoft Corp. and ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS) on Thursday announced the expansion of an earlier patent licensing agreement between the companies. The deal is a ploy to get more people using Microsoft’s recently released Office for Android apps, but also shows Microsoft looking to lessen Google’s grip on the operating system to create a level playing field ...

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Microsoft Corporation Signs Deal With ASUS; Broadens Patent Licensing Engagement

Rubric: ASUS | 2 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft Corporation Signs Deal With ASUS; Broadens Patent Licensing Engagement

Asus will preload Microsoft Office on its Android smartphones and tablets. It also provides “closer integration” between the two companies, and will see Asus pre-load Microsoft’s Office suite on its future Android smartphones and tablets. REDMOND, Washington and TAIPEI, Taiwan, Oct. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Microsoft Corp. and ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS) on Thursday announced the expansion of an earlier patent licensing agreement between the companies. The deal is a ploy to get more people using Microsoft’s recently released Office for Android apps, but also shows Microsoft looking to lessen Google’s grip on the operating system to create a level playing field ...

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ASUS Chromebook Flip review: A high-quality hybrid with great battery life

Rubric: ASUS | 23 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
ASUS Chromebook Flip review: A high-quality hybrid with great battery life

Introducing Toshiba’s cheap Chromebook 2 with free cloud storage. Toshiba’s Chromebook 2s are now more versatile than ever before, thanks to a refresh which sees them fitted with Broadwell CPUs from Intel’s recently released line up.The Toshiba Digital Products Division, part of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., unveiled on Tuesday two new refreshed versions of its Chromebook 2. Toshiba has this week announced they will be launching a new Toshiba Chromebook 2 laptop next month running Google Chrome OS with prices starting from just $330. Toshiba says it will offer up to 4GB of RAM in these laptops. (Toshiba currently sells a $250 Chromebook with 2GB of memory and a 1366×768 ...

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Asus ZenWatch 2 is the cheapest wearable around

Rubric: ASUS | 2 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Asus ZenWatch 2 is the cheapest wearable around

ASUS’ ZenWatch 2 is dirt cheap and arrives next month. BERLIN—The features a decidedly Apple Watch-like combination of choices—including two sizes, three case designs, and 18 watch bands—but with a decidedly un-Apple Watch-like price of 149 euros ($180).BERLIN — Rather than join everyone in bumping up screen resolutions, Asus is giving users what they really need: More battery life and better photos. At the IFA trade show, the electronics company announced a family of new Zenfones, including the Zenfone 2 Deluxe, Zenfone Max, Zenfone Selfie, Zenfone Zoom and Zenfone 2 Laser. After Android Wear was opened up for iOS, and Samsung announced a new smartwatch with a circular dial, Asus ...

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Asus Previews Water-Cooled Gaming Laptop, More at IFA

Rubric: ASUS | 2 Sep 2015 | no comments yet »
Asus Previews Water-Cooled Gaming Laptop, More at IFA

ASUS GX700 gaming laptop rocks liquid cooling and mystery GPU. The GTX 980 Ti has received the Matrix treatment from ASUS, and the ROG GTX 980Ti Platinum graphics card features a DirectCU II cooler with the new plasma copper color scheme. Every year, most of the companies and manufacturers usually schedule their events and release new products a day or two before the event officially kicks off in Berlin, Germany. Details on the GX700 are very sparse but what we do know is it’ll features a 17-inch 4K display, an overclocked quad-core Skylake mobile “K-series” chip, and yes, water-cooling. Yes, yes, I’m sure you’re wondering on what planet this qualifies as a “laptop” ...

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ASUS and Samsung make the fastest-charging smartphones

Rubric: ASUS | 25 Aug 2015 | no comments yet »
ASUS and Samsung make the fastest-charging smartphones

Asus ZenFone 2 and Galaxy S6 rank as fastest-charging smartphones in test. With user-replaceable batteries now (mostly) a relic of smartphones past, a lot of companies are making a big deal about how fast their handsets can charge up. Chinese smartphone players OPPO, Huawei and Xiaomi have been taking the fight up to the likes of Samsung, LG and HTC with premium Android handsets at extremely affordable prices, and things are set to get harder with the entry of OnePlus 2. The company offered to let iPhone users test-drive one of its newest mega-screened phones, the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, for 30 days for just $1. When it comes to Android phones, the OnePlus 2’s predecessor, ...

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