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Posted on July 04, 2011 | Tags: Asus
, asus g74sx
, call of duty
, gtx 560m
Asus has announced a new line of mainboards in the AMD F1A75 family that will support the new AMD processors. The boards use all sorts of AMD tech for performance with support for Dual Graphics Technology to boost 3D graphics performance with an additional HD 60000 video card and the integrated GPU. The board is made to support the new AMD ...
The ASUS UX21, that 11.6-inch cake slicer that doubles up as an ultrathin laptop, is coming in September with a price tag of less than $1,000. That's according to the Commercial Times, which cites supplier sources in identifying ASUS' aggressive pricing strategy. Word is that the Taiwanese company is aiming to price the UX21 at 80 to 90 percent of the cost of Apple's competing products, namely the MacBook Air family. Of course, with a second-gen Intel Core i5 (or i7) ...
Posted on June 06, 2011 | Tags: Asus
, asus ux21
, commercial times
, thin and light
, ux series
ASUS have been coming to Computex to sensationalize and dazzle the press with concepts for years, and this year is no different, regardless of whether something is technically feasible or not.Â Last year, we saw the ASUS Immensity motherboard concept that was never put into production â€“ an X58 featuring a 5450-type integrated GPU and a Lucid Hydra chip to combine any discrete GPU combination on board.Â This year takes a turn for the surreal.
With all the look-alike notebooks these days, for those who need something that stands out to flaunt their taste for luxury, ASUS has their Lamborghini edition mini notebooks. Weâ€™ve seen the ASUS Lamborghini Eee PC VX6 before with its glossy shell, but at Computex 2011, ASUS is showing off a successor called the VX6S with some upgraded specs.
On the outside, the ...
Posted on June 03, 2011 | Tags: 3D
, Eee PC VX6S
, HD 6470M
, NVIDIA ION
ASUSâ€™ glasses-free 3D gaming notebook will likely get most of the attention, but the Republic of Gamers team has also brought along plenty of kit for the DIY enthusiast. In addition to theÂ ROG Crosshair V Formula series motherboard shown yesterday there are theÂ ROG Maximus IV Extreme-Z and ROG Maximus IV GENE-Z motherboards, plus the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 ...
Posted on May 31, 2011 | Tags: Asus
, Asus ROG
, GTX 580
, GTX 580 MARS II
Computex 2011: Asus has just announced the Vulcan ANC headset as a new addition to its Republic of Gamers (ROG) line-up of gaming hardware and peripherals.
The Vulcan is the first headset in the ROG range, and Asus claims that it's been designed from the ground up for gamers.
The set of cans features active noise cancelling technology, which aims to cut out ...
Press Released: Intel's Maloney Talks Mobile Growth, Industry Opportunities at Computex
New Roadmaps Across IntelÂ® Coreâ„¢ and Atomâ„¢ Processor Families to Usher in Next Wave of Laptops and Connected Mobile Devices
Intel defines new category of mainstream thin and light mobile computers, called Ultrabookâ„¢.
Intel aims to shift 40 percent of consumer laptops to the Ultrabookâ„¢ by end of 2012.
Separately, Intel is accelerating the Atomâ„¢ processor roadmap to a one-process-generation per year cadence to enable a wider range of optimized solutions for multiple ...
Posted on May 31, 2011 | Tags: 14nm
, 3d transistor
, 3d transistors
, asus ux21
, cedar trail
, Computex 2011
, intel atom
, intel core
, ivy bridge
, oak trail
, sean maloney
From Endgadget.com -- We just got to spend some quality time with ASUS' newly unveiled Padfone and you can see the smartphone that doubles up as a tablet on video after the break. It's still a mere mockup for now, but ASUS has big plans for it -- plans that coalesce around the Christmas period and the very latest version of ...
Posted on May 30, 2011 | Tags: android
, asus padfone
, breaking news
, Computex 2011
, ice cream sandwich
The thickest part of this new laptop is 17mm, its entire body is built from an aluminum alloy, and the CPUs can be specced as high as Core i7. Anything else you need to know before drooling all over yourself? ASUS projects the launch of its shiny new UX21 in September, and you can see it on ...