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Asus Transformer Pad TF103C — Review

Asus Transformer Pad TF103C — Review

Asus began their Transformer Pad series a couple of years ago with the TF101. It was my first foray into the tablet world. In the end I sold it and bought a Nexus 7 (2012) after finding that the 10.1in form-factor was too big for my use-case at the time. The docking station/keyboard that came with it was used once[Read More…]

by 8:00 am on August 11, 2014 5 comments
Asus announces the MeMO Pad 7 and Transformer Pad for Australia

Asus announces the MeMO Pad 7 and Transformer Pad for Australia

Earlier this month at Computex, Asus unveiled a range of tablets and hybrid devices, including an update to their Transformer Pad. Today, Asus has announced that the MeMO Pad 7 and Transformer Pad (TF103C) will be available for sale in Australia through retailers from the 10th of July. Both the MeMO Pad 7 and Transformer Pad TF103C, use 64-bit Intel[Read More…]

by 1:15 pm on June 30, 2014 0 comments Tablets
Rumour: Asus entering the Android Wear market at a low price

Rumour: Asus entering the Android Wear market at a low price

We now know that LG, Samsung and Motorola are all making Android Wear smart watches, and they all seem to be priced at around the $250 mark. Not to be left out, Asus is now rumoured to be producing an Android Wear watch as well, with a more wallet-friendly price between $99 and $150. The rumour, reported by TechCrunch, has[Read More…]

by 8:15 am on June 30, 2014 5 comments News, Rumours
ASUS Transformer Book T100 — Mini Review

ASUS Transformer Book T100 — Mini Review

You might find yourself thinking that the ASUS Transformer Book T100 is a Windows 8 convertible laptop, and wondering what on earth it’s doing on Ausdroid. Well, I sometimes wonder things too, and when ASUS offered us the opportunity to review one of these, I thought hey — I wonder what it’s like? Just because it’s not Android or Chrome doesn’t mean[Read More…]

by 9:51 am on June 8, 2014 13 comments Mini Reviews
Asus unveils a new range of tablets and multi-format devices at Computex

Asus unveils a new range of tablets and multi-format devices at Computex

It’s Computex time and of course that means that Asus has taken the opportunity to unveil a range of new products at the regions largest tech show. Asus has unveiled a new range of MeMO Pads, Fonepads, Transformer Pads all running Intel 64-bit Intel Atom Processors, and then launched a bit of a surprise in the Transformer Book V, a[Read More…]

by 7:13 pm on June 2, 2014 2 comments Manufacturer, News, Tablets
ASUS MeMO Pad 8 — Review

ASUS MeMO Pad 8 — Review

The MeMO Pad 8 is an interesting device, at least to me it is, because I’ve never used an 8 inch tablet before. I wonder if it will be too big to hold in one hand. I wonder if the material that it’s made of will be grippy and soft to the touch. I wonder if the performance will be[Read More…]

by 9:13 am on June 2, 2014 8 comments Reviews, Tablets
Asus Transformer Pad TF701 — Review

Asus Transformer Pad TF701 — Review

Asus aren’t what you’d refer to as a newcomer to the IT market and have earned their place in the manufacturers’ pecking order. They’ve been involved in hardware manufacturing for years; PC’s, Laptops, Monitors and more recently Android devices such as the Nexus 7, Transformer Prime and more recently Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. They’ve had a couple of really good devices[Read More…]

by 9:44 am on May 9, 2014 3 comments News, Reviews, Tablets
ASUS Chromebox — Review

ASUS Chromebox — Review

We’ve reviewed quite a few Chromebooks on Ausdroid now, and while the hardware generally differs a little bit, in the sense of keyboard quality, screen quality and battery life, they’re generally very similar; screen resolution is invariably the same, and ChromeOS is ChromeOS regardless of the platform it’s running on. In short, within a reasonable margin of error, if you’ve[Read More…]

by 1:17 pm on May 7, 2014 9 comments ChromeBox, ChromeOS, Reviews
Intel launches Bay Trail for ChromeOS – Acer, Lenovo, Asus and Toshiba all onboard

Intel launches Bay Trail for ChromeOS – Acer, Lenovo, Asus and Toshiba all onboard

This morning Intel and Google ran a ChromeOS-based event. Navin Shenoy, Vice President of the PC Client Group and general manager of the Mobile Client Platform Division at Intel, ran the event. The whole event was a platform to basically announce new devices from manufacturer partners, all running on the new Bay Trail processor. He introduced Caesar Sengupta VP Product[Read More…]

by 4:34 am on May 7, 2014 5 comments Chromebook, ChromeBox, ChromeOS, News
The Celeron and i3 Chromeboxes from Asus are now available in Australia

The Celeron and i3 Chromeboxes from Asus are now available in Australia

The wait is over, the Asus Chromebox is now available for order from Australian retailers. Both the i3 and Celeron versions of the Chromebox are available to order, with prices starting at $299 for the Celeron version and $575 for the i3 version. The Celeron Chromebox is available from a variety of smaller Asus resellers, with no major retailers offering[Read More…]

by 12:00 am on May 7, 2014 5 comments ChromeBox