Asus has been known to manufacture hybrid devices on the domain of both personal and mobile computing. They are the first ones to produce a hybrid tablet/laptop device with their popular transformer series.
And now Asus announced yet another hybrid device in the PadFone E, only this time, it’s a smartphone that can be converted into a tablet.
The PadFone E runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and features a 4.7-inch display with 1280 x 720 resolution. It … Continue reading
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The Asus Fonepad 7 is now receiving it’s first major software update since it first became available back at September last year. The device runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box, and after several months of being stuck at 4.2, will finally have a taste of Android 4.3.
Aside from the obvious OS upgrade, bugfixes, and under the hood improvements, the update also brings improved video player and image gallery, Gallery Home Front, and other UI … Continue reading
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When Asus entered the Android world, they showed us a new take on tablets – the convertible, or what they call the transformer. And since then the Taiwanese company has continued to produce more and more Android and Windows convertible and last year they made another noise with their dual-booting Transformer Book Trio that can switch from Android to Windows OS with just a push of a button.
And for this year at CES 2014 Asus has … Continue reading
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4, 5 or 6?? Whatever your favorite number may be, it looks like Asus will have a special device for your liking, if we take for granted what this new teaser video implies.
In it we can see a strange rain from little colorful balls to an almost sunny day, with drivers and bypassers gasping in awe with what they see, in the sky of Taiwan! The video is entitled “what’s your number?” but gives no more info regarding … Continue reading
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Asus, in the Android world, has been producing hybrid tablets/notebooks which makes them popular and distinctive from other Android OEMs. In fact, they’re the only manufacturer that has produced more tablets than smartphones – which is a good thing because I don’t see Asus getting much success on something that doesn’t have a PC or notebook structure. Better to stick with what you’re good at right?
And after focusing on Windows-based hybrid tablet/notebooks these past few months, Asus is … Continue reading
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A new M80T tablet by ASUS that has just been spotted through the FCC. There’s not much information about the device for now, but one thing is clear as seen on the image above – The device should ship in three primary variants that respectively runs on Android, Windows or both (Dual OS). A nice treat from ASUS as consumers get to use the OS that they prefer, on the same device. The M80T could be an entry-level … Continue reading
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