ASUS stories - Page 2
Hands-on review: ASUS Mini PC PB60G
With their versatility, and the option to deploy higher or differently specified models as required, they provide enough uniformity and enough variance to solve a lot of logistical headaches.
Hands-on review: The sleek The ASUS ProArt Series PA27AC monitor
If quality, accuracy, resolution, multiple connections and ease of use are factors, look no further.
ASUS' own servers compromised in malware attack
ASUS’ genuine servers have been compromised in attack that has put hundreds of thousands of users at risk of malware infection.
Hands-on review: The ROG Delta looks & sounds great - it's super comfy too
The ROG Delta is by far the best ASUS gaming headset for cross-platform and cross-application use.
We go hands-on with the ASUS ROG STRIX Z390 E-Gaming
The ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming is packed with surprises. No marketing messages, just solid features that work in the out of the box.
Hands-on review: ASUS Lyra Trio – Wi-fi extenders with bundled protection
The Lyra Trio sets the bar high for future products with its reception, performance, ease of use, as well as its features.
TUF Gaming Alliance: The dawn of a new era in gear compatibility
Each product by the TUF Alliance is required to carry out strict validation regulations higher than the industry standards.
ASUS PN40, the compact and affordable 4K UHD PC for everyone
"Each PN40 is prebuilt with memory, storage and Windows 10 S Pro."
VPNFilter hits more networking devices: ASUS, D-Link, Huawei amongst those affected
ASUS, D-Link, Huawei, Ubiquiti, Upvel, and ZTE home networking devices and NAS devices join Linksys, Microtik, Netgear, QNAP, and TP-Link.
Get reliable, uninterrupted WiFi access through your entire home
An AiMesh network can be built with a mixture of Ethernet and WiFi backhaul at any section of the network when desirable.
Hands-on review: Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370U
The Asus ZenBook Flip S is a stylish laptop that doubles as a tablet, and even comes with a stylus.
Hands-on review: This Wi-Fi router is both aesthetic and effective
The Blue Cave is a dual-band wireless router which claims to provide superior Wi-Fi coverage with a Smart Home friendly look.
AR/VR headset market forecast to rocket 48.5% in 2018
After its brief hiccup in 2017, the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headsets market is set to offer opportunities aplenty.
Hands-on review: ASUS ROG STRIX XG35V curved gaming monitor
ASUS’s ROG STRIX XG35V invites players to maximise their gaming experience with a huge 100Hz, 35” ultra-wide display featuring AMD’s FreeSync.
ASUS announces the world’s thinnest convertible laptop
ASUS recently announced the availability of the ZenBook Flip S UX370, the world’s thinnest convertible laptop...
This PC has all of the processing power a designer will ever need
It's not hard to see how ASUS impressed the design society with the ESC510 G4 SFF...
Rule the battlefield with affordable gaming gear
Cerberus will ensure you rule the battlefield on a budget...
Business demand not enough to prevent further PC market declines
Steady business demand isn't enough to starve off a declining PC market according to the latest figures from Gartner.
HP winner in better than expected Q3 PC market
The traditional PC market has clocked a better than expected result Q3, with HP logging a ‘notable’ growth thanks to big wins in Asia Pacific.
Anyware expands Asus partnership with gaming peripherals deal
Asus has inked a deal with distributor Anyware Corporation for the distribution of the vendor’s gaming peripherals in Australia.
Lag? I've never heard of it, thanks to this router
The GT-AC5300 is based on a PC-grade 1.8GHzhigh-performance processor...
Go beyond reality with the Asus ZenFone AR
"ZenFone AR delivers engaging augmented reality experiences for you to explore and enjoy...”
Asus inks Australian distie deal with Leader Computers
Leader Computers has inked a deal with Asus Australia which will see it offering Asus’ full range of Open Platform products in Australia.
Traditional PC market declines but fares better than expected
Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs declined in the first quarter of 2017, but surprisingly the figures are more positive than expected.