What if you could carry a full Windows computer in your pocket, one you could just plug into any HDMI port? That was the idea behind Intel’s Compute Stick. Which sucked. But a new stick PC from Asus looks like it’ll solve some of those issues. Read More >>
Is this not the most outlandish PC case you've ever seen? An ASUS /In Win piece, a button press at the front of the case causes it to open up like an unfurling clenched fist, with the internal component shelf then rising up out of the body before tilting, to provide easy access to its guts.
Asus has announced a new ZenPad tablet that allows you to swap its back panel. But unlike phones of yesteryear, these changes add new features—like extended battery life or a more powerful set of speakers.