Asus VivoTab Note 8 review

Asus VivoTab Note 8 review
Well as regards, netbooks the best of the bunch were and still are good mini laptops, so not that crippled really. But back to this Win 8.1 tablet, I don't think the laptops that can be bought in the £300-400 range are that profitable, and I don't see …
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Google gets more Chromebook support from the ASUS Chromebox
ASUS Chromebox The Chrome operating system from Google is starting to get a little more popular after a rough year or so since it was revealed. More companies like HP and ASUS are starting to see the value in powerful, compact and lightweight netbooks …
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Review: Asus Transformer Book T100
We were sad to see the netbook sink into obscurity, so it was with pleasure that we unpacked Asus' latest low-cost Windows device, the Transformer Book T100. Just like its Android-powered namesakes, it partners a 10.1in tablet with a matching keyboard …
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Why Asustek Lags In Mobile Devices Despite Being First
In 2007 Asus became the first PC maker to market a netbook, leading a trend in the lightweight laptops that invited today's tablets. Asustek's lobby in Taipei. The Padfone Mini's Android-based 4.3-inch phone that fits into a 7-inch tablet at an …
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