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ASUS WiFi, 3G and WiMAX ebook readers confirmed from March 2010

ASUS WiFi, 3G and WiMAX ebook readers confirmed from March 2010

Further details of ASUS' upcoming ebook reader have emerged, after executives from the company apparently confirmed that WiFi, 3G and WiMAX versions will be announced before the year is out.  The ebook readers will apparently begin reaching carrier partners in the US and Europe come March 2010, with the executives claiming that prices will be "competitive" with what's on offer from Amazon and Sony.

ASUS Eee ebook reader could launch in 2009 says CEO

ASUS Eee ebook reader could launch in 2009 says CEO

It's been a while since we've heard anything of ASUS' ebook reader intentions, but according to DigiTimes the company's CEO, Jerry Shen, has confirmed that they plan to have a device on the market by the end of 2009 at the earliest.  Slotting into the company's Eee brand of low-priced consumer electronic devices, Shen failed to give suggestions of specifications or pricing for the upcoming reader.

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ASUS VivoBook U38N Review

ASUS VivoBook U38N Review

This week we're having a look at the real-deal final release iteration of the ASUS VivoBook U38N with full touchscreen capabilities, Windows 8, and AMD innards. This machine is sleek, keeps with the fantastic ASUS style language we've been loving since the ASUS Transformer Prime stole our hears back in 2011, and provides a rather rare look at this sort of amalgamation of bits with AMD under the hood. It all starts with 5-point capacitive touch on a Full HD 1920 x 1080 panel with a rather nice "frameless" design up front.

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ASUS VivoBook S300 13-inch notebook quietly unveiled

ASUS VivoBook S300 13-inch notebook quietly unveiled

ASUS's VivoBook line has been available for some time now, offering 11.6-inch and 14-inch models, but the company is now offering a middle-of-the-line 13.3-inch VivoBook for consumers looking for a compromise. The VivoBook S300 weighs in at just under four pounds and measures just 0.8 inches thick. Essentially, it has what you'd expect out of a thin-and-light notebook, but without the super-high price tag.

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Asus B23E 12.5-inch high-end ultraportable revealed

Asus B23E 12.5-inch high-end ultraportable revealed

When it comes to notebooks being released inside 2012, Asus isn't holding back with its Ultrabook line, but it's also got a high-end ultraportable ready to go for business users as well. This device is known as the B23E and will be available with Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processors under the hood, complete with a 12.5-inch 1366 x 768 pixel LED backlit anti-glare display. It's ultra-simple profile and black hood look the part for your everyday computing action in the office or in the home.

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Asus unveils super-thin and sexy U36 ultra-portable with standard voltage Core i5

Asus unveils super-thin and sexy U36 ultra-portable with standard voltage Core i5

Asus has unveiled a new ultra-portable notebook computer that is crazy thin. The machine is billed as the thinnest notebook in the world to use a standard voltage Intel Core i5 processor. Generally, the thin notebooks have to use a low voltage processor to be able to get a decent battery life. The chassis of the machine is 19mm thick and is made from lightweight magnesium alloy with a nanometer coating. That coating helps the machine to repel dirt, water, and fingerprints.

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ASUS docking tablet/phone combo and 3D slate tipped for Computex

ASUS docking tablet/phone combo and 3D slate tipped for Computex

ASUS continues its pre-Computex teaser campaign, with signs of what could be two new and reasonably different tablets. As well as the new super-skinny Eee PC, there's the promise of "a tablet that jumps out at you" and the cryptic "pad or phone." The former may well be an indication of a 3D tablet, while the latter suggests a hybrid device with a phone that docks into a larger screen section.

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