Asustek Chairmain Jonney Shih previously mentioned how the company was planning to enter the wearable space with a smartwatch, though there wasn't much in the way of specifics at the time. Instead Shih opted to say how ASUS would have a smartwatch coming in mid-2014 and about they "put our [their] entire design thought into it." Shih also acknowledged how there are "many challenges in this area." With that in mind, it looks like Shih has been talking about the upcoming smartwatch again, and this time we are getting some hints in terms of what can be expected. According to a Focus Taiwan report, Shih talked about how the watch would offer "more natural user interfaces." To that point, we would be looking at voice and/or motion controls.
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The Asus Chromebox is now available for preorder via various online retailers. Announced last month, the small Chrome device will only put you back $179. It will still ship on March 14th, but those anxious souls clamoring for a new Chromebox can go ahead and order theirs now.
After a few new iterations of its PadFone line, it seems that ASUS is casting a glance on its Transformer Pad devices again.
If you're one of those who have ASUS ' earliest Transformer Pad sitting in a corner somewhere, now might be a good time to dust it off.
ASUS recently unveiled the Chromebox , and based on a recent leak, it appears the company may be following up with a pair of Chromebooks. The details were spotted by VR-Zone and include mention of the Chromebook C200 and Chromebook C300.
ASUS has offered an official unveil for the Chromebox. Or more specifically, as there will be three models available, the Chromebox lineup. This Chrome OS box will be available beginning in March and with a starting price point of $179
It is beginning to look like ASUS will be joining the wearable space sometime later in 2014.
While we may have been intrigued, if not enamored, by ASUS’ PadFone concept, it seems that the manufacturer has gone a bit overboard. Barely a month after revealing two other PadFone devices, ASUS is at it again with the new PadFone E which, in all honestly, feels like a fish out of water.
A new report hints that Google may indeed be bringing an 8-inch tablet to market. Interestingly, the report also notes that the new device will have an Intel Bay Trail chipset