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Prior to Computex, ASUS revealed a few teaser details about upcoming releases. Now more de...

In the week before Computex, ASUS gave a little teaser preview of the kind of tech to expect from the Taiwan giant. As promised, here we take a quick look at what all the self-generated fuss was about.  Read More

Commodure USA has revealed some specification details for its new Invictus keyboard comput...

What goes around, comes around - so goes the saying. Many moons ago a certain computer-in-a-keyboard affectionately coined the C64 took over the world and gave a whole generation a taste of things to come. Now Commodore USA has given the keyboard computer a modern facelift, resulting in an all-in-one solution powered by an Intel Atom processor and sporting a 5 inch touchscreen display.  Read More

Hydrive on display at Computex 2010 in an ASUS N61DA notebook

Hitachi-LG Data Storage has come up with a novel idea that combines physical storage with an optical drive. The HyDrive is capable of reading CD, DVD and Blu-ray discs but also has a solid state drive (SSD) slotted in. Initially coming in 32GB and 64GB versions, the company has plans to scale on up to 256GB by March of next year.  Read More

ASUS shows Eee Tablet and 2 Eee Pads

Asus kicked off Computex 2010 today with the announcement of three tablets, the Eee Tablet, the 12" Eee Pad EP121 and the 10" Eee Pad EP101TC. The biggest surprise? Asus is claiming an iPad-like ten hour battery life for all three devices. With battery life being such a crucial benchmark for tablets, we hope this figure holds up to real world usage.  Read More

ASUS' Republic of Gamers series Crosshair IV Formula

It's been an incredibly fast paced week at TweakTown with hordes of new goodies passing through the labs and leaving memorable impressions. The wrap-up includes a look at OCD's Vertex 2 'E' series SSD, the latest chassis from Cooler Master and a very nice 27-inch sized LCD from Dell.  Read More

A new Lamborghini VX looks like it's going to get a Computex 2010 release from ASUS

Rather than wait for the blogosphere to come up with its own rumors with varying degrees of accuracy, ASUS has opted to start its own pre-Computex 2010 rumor mill. The company's online technology magazine has hinted at the event release of a couple of notebooks, a pair of gaming motherboards and a new all-in-one. Details are almost non-existent, though.  Read More

Seagate has revealed a hybrid solid state/hard drive which is claimed to be 'the world's f...

Seagate has revealed a hybrid solid state/hard drive which is claimed to be "the world’s fastest 2.5 inch laptop PC hard drive." The Momentus XT offers users the price and capacity benefits of a hard disk drive and the speed advantages of solid state memory in one laptop-sized drive.  Read More

ASUS has officially launched its much anticipated Eee Keyboard PC

For a good while now the Eee Keyboard PC from ASUS has been is a recurring state of "coming soon" but the company has made things a tad more certain by issuing an official launch statement. Connecting the keyboard-computer hybrid to an external monitor, projector or HD television gives users yet another portable web-enabled multimedia entertainment center or stylish boardroom presentation solution.  Read More

The U30Jc notebook from ASUS benefits from NVIDIA's Optimus technology which monitors syst...

ASUS has announced U.S. availability of its U30Jc Intel Core notebook. The U30Jc features NVIDIA Optimus technology which monitors programs being launched and chooses the appropriate performance profile to suit. Swapping between discreet and integrated graphics depending on need helps ensure the best graphical experience while keeping an eye on best energy usage at the same time.  Read More

The Eee PC T101MT multi-touch swivel tablet/notebook from ASUS

The new Eee PC T101MT 10.1 inch LED backlit resistive touchscreen notebook computer was first shown at this year's CES in Las Vegas and now ASUS has made things official with a product website. The notebook-tablet combo will ship with an Intel Atom N450 processor, up to 2Gb RAM and a choice of 160Gb or 320Gb hard drive. It will also come with a year's worth of online storage thrown in.  Read More

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