The Transformer 300, the latest device from computer giant Asus, is about to hit our stores. But is it any good?
Among the melee of Transformer devices unveiled at the Asus press conference was a new quad-core tablet, aimed at the entry level.
Asus has announced that the Transformer Pad 300 will go on sale late next month. So what do you need to know about the Transformer Pad 300?
How far has Google come with its plans for a low-end tablet contender? And what do we know about the exciting device so far? Find out all you need to know here!
Asus hopes its close partnership with Google will lead it to be the first company to offer devices running Android Jelly Bean – version 5.0.
Held in Barcelona, MWC is known for showcasing some of the best upcoming smartphones for the year ahead. So what can we expect?
But with a raft of high-end tablets due to hit our stores in the next couple of months, Asus has already started thinking about a follow-up.
The Asus N55SF is a high performance entertainment laptop with a powerful graphics card and great audio performance. Read our full expert review right here!
Ultra thin and beautifully light, the Transformer Prime sets a new benchmark in the art of tablet design and re-defines the rule of the mobile life, making it super easy to carry and transport.
One company appears to be consistently releasing innovative products that challenge the mould and meet consumer demand. That company isn’t Apple, Sony, HTC or Samsung: it’s Asus.