Asus

  • ASUS announces the ProArt PA32UC a 32″ 4K IPS display that’s crazy accurate

    ASUS today announced a new 32-inch 4K UHD IPS professional monitor, the the ProArt PA32UC. This features Thunderbolt 3, a ridiculous 100,000,000:1 contrast Ratio (ASCR) and a 178° viewing angle. The key difference between a consumer grade and a professional grade monitor is accuracy.  With ultra HD Premium certification, this display is...
  • Review: Asus ROG G20CB + Oculus Rift

    There’s really only a few PCs on the market that are up to the intensive task of running VR. Thankfully the Asus ROC G20CB is one of them. Packed inside the efficiently sized 9.5-liter case is a 6th generation Intel Core i7 CPU and the mega Nvidia GTX 1080...
  • ASUS claims ‘world fastest WiFi’ with RT-AC5300 Router

    If you’re wondering about the future of WiFi speeds in the house, wonder no more. Asus have just announced a new insane router at IFA. The sexy upside-down red-back spider is known as the RT-AC5300. This router features no less than 8 antennas to make sure the 2.4GHz and...
  • Review: ASUS RP-N53 DUAL-BAND Wireless N600 Range Extender

    The Asus RP-N53 Dual-Band Wireless N600 Range extender designed to get your wireless signal to extreme corners of your house.  Asus started in 1989, so they have a very long and proud history of making high quality and reliable computer products, including Networking devices. The Asus RP-N53 Dual Band...
  • Asus adds Qi wireless charging and world first removable built-in UPS

    There was a couple of interesting releases from Asus at Computex in relation to case design. The first was Qi wireless charging added to the device bay on top of the case. This allows Qi compatible phones like the Lumia 920 to be dropped on top of the case...
  • Microsoft Office shown off on Asus EeeSlate

    Check out how Microsoft Office, specifically OneNote can take advantage of a tablet’s touch screen. In the video below, Doug Thomas showcases it running on an unreleased Asus EeeSlate running Windows 7. It looks to work pretty well for taking notes / making annotations, but does require a stylus...