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ASUS announces release of G46VW ROG gaming notebook

While gaming monsters like the Tytan CG8890 might satisfy a player's lust for power in the home, we live in a mobile world and today's gamer needs a good dose of high performance portable power. ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) set its sights on creating a smaller, lighter and easier-to-carry gaming notebook while still offering gamers the powerful performance of bigger family members. That quest is now over, and the result is the launch of the first 14-inch ROG gaming notebook, the G46VW. Read More
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iPad mini vs. 2012 Nexus 7

Apple and Google don't have a lot of love for each other. Yet the two companies' hardware has seldom directly competed. Sure, the iPhone is rival to the Galaxy Nexus and a slew of Android phones. The iPad also does battle with some slow-selling full-sized Android slates. But perhaps the budget tablet market will show us the first true slugfest between the two enemies. The Nexus 7 - probably the best budget tablet on the market - now has to contend with Apple's new iPad mini. How do the two miniature slates compare? Let's take a look … Read More
— Mobile Technology

Windows 8 tablet showdown

With the Windows 8 launch just around the corner, let's take a look at four upcoming premium devices running Redmond’s new OS. All of the tablets detailed here run the full version of Windows 8 and offer laptop-like functionality through the use of various peripherals. However, from internal configuration to design, there’s a lot of different options available and we’re here to help decide which devices are most worthy of your hard-earned cash. Read More
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ASUS launches fearsome liquid-cooled ROG TYTAN CG8890 Gaming Desktop PC

Originally unveiled at Computex in June and subsequently making quite an impression on European power gamers at IFA 2012 earlier this month, the Republic of Gamers Tytan CG8890 Gaming Desktop PC is now being prepared for release. It features one click overclocking of its liquid-cooled Core i7 CPU, a mesmerizing transforming case, powerful GeForce graphics and generous system memory and storage options. Read More
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Google unveils Nexus 7 tablet, available for immediate pre-order

Google kicked off its three-day I/O event at the Moscone Center today with several announcements, the most significant of which may well be a 7-inch Android-based tablet named the Nexus 7. Built by Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Asus and offered at a price of just US$199 for the 8 GB storage model, the Nexus 7 is already available for pre-order for consumers based in the US, UK, Canada and Australia. Read More
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ASUS reveals the TAICHI dual-screen ultrabook

There's no denying that tablet computers have carved out quite a substantial niche over the past couple of years, but they're not exactly an ideal productivity solution for those of us who spend much of our lives tapping away on a keyboard. Lenovo generated a flutter of excitement at CES 2010 when the company revealed its intention to combine tablet convenience with the power of a notebook in the form of the U1. Sadly, this concept hasn't yet made it beyond prototyping, but ASUS actually delivered somewhat similar functionality with its Eee Pad Transformer series. Now, the company has revealed a new ultrabook that also has a multi-touch tablet on the outer face of the lid. Full specs for the TAICHI are a little thin at the moment, but here's what we do know. Read More
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