Asus Republic Of Gamers G501 Notebook Is Under An Inch Thick With A 4K Display

unnamed-2 The Asus Republic of Gamers G501 should help bring gaming portability to a whole new level, thanks to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics card, Intel Core i7 processor and 15.6-inch 4K display (which offers pixel density of 282 PPI). The notebook packs all that into a case that weighs just 4.54 lbs, and measures only 0.81-inches tall across the chassis when closed. The IPS display kicks things… Read More

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Asus ZenWatch Review

asus-zenwatch-7 Asus has entered the Android Wear fray, with a smartwatch that features a bold design, even though it opts for a rectangular face, and materials and looks that might make it the closest we’ve seen yet from the Android camp to resembling an Apple Watch. The ZenWatch is by no means a clone, however, and it very much manages to stand out from the Wear flock, too. Asus has crafted one of… Read More

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Asus Republic Of Gamers G551M Gaming Notebook Review

IMG_0025 Gaming laptops are a hard needle to thread. On the one hand, you need something that’s portable enough to be considered an actual laptop. On the other, you need it to have enough power to handle some of the latest and greatest games available for PCs, and not at minimum graphics settings (which doesn’t count). Plus, it’s always nice if the computer also doesn’t look… Read More

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Asus To Begin Selling Android Wear-Powered ZenWatch In The U.S. Nov. 9

A1 The Android Wear smartwatch collection is expanding, with a host of new devices hitting pre-holiday season after their initial debut this summer. The Asus ZenWatch will be the next to go on sale, with a street date of November 9 for Best Buy initially, with a later launch date on Google Play in the U.S., at a price of $199. We first got wind of the Asus Android Wear device at Google’s I/O… Read More

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Asus Makes Its ZenWatch Android Wear Smartwatch Official

ASUS ZenWatch-03 Asus has revealed its first Android Wear smartwatch, as we originally reported it would back at Google I/O in June. The Asus ZenWatch offers a slightly different take on the design of an Android Wearable, and features some pre-loaded software and gesture controls that also set it apart from similar devices like the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live. The ZenWatch features a sandwich-like design… Read More

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Asus Teases Its Smartwatch Launch For September 3

BvZJM3KCIAA0vFP Earlier this year at Google I/O, we reported that Asus was working on its own Android Wear smartwatch, to be launched in September with a lower price point than existing options. Today, Asus posted a teaser on Twitter revealing that it will indeed be introducing something new at IFA in Berlin on Sept. 3, and the graphic suggests it will indeed be a smartwatch. Something #Incredible is going… Read More

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Asus Aiming For September Launch And Price Advantage For Its Android Wear Smartwatch

Android Wear _ Commute Taiwanese computer manufacturer Asus previously announced its intent to create a smartwatch for release this year, but details were scarce. Now, a source familiar with the company’s plans has confirmed to TechCrunch that Asus will indeed launch an Android Wear smartwatch later this year, with a targeted debut window of September, an AMOLED display, and a price point below those of the… Read More

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How would you change ASUS’ Zenbook Prime UX31A?

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Welcome to How Would You Change, the segment where we pick over the bones of a device we’ve already reviewed to discuss if our impressions matched your real-world experiences. This week, it’s ASUS’ Zenbook Prime UX31A, which we said had striking design and great performance. The downsides, of course, was that it had a lackluster trackpad and a slender battery compared to the Samsung Series 9 or MacBook Air. But was our esteemed critic correct in their assumption? This is where you get to share your personal tales on what living with the Zenbook is like, so gather around and let’s talk in the comments below.

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