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The ASUS C202 Chromebook teardown

Chromebooks are a natural fit for schools. Entire classrooms can be outfitted with capable computers at a relatively low cost, and Chrome OS offers...

ASUS DisplayWidget simplifies monitor tweaking—with an automated twist

ASUS constantly strives to help users fine-tune their hardware. But it’s not enough to just provide access to extensive configuration options—making adjustments needs to...

The snowbound Sabertooth lives

Last month, we took the Sabertooth Z170 S into the snow for a photo shoot highlighting its digital artic camouflage finish. The board spent a...

On backlight bleed with the ROG Swift PG279Q gaming monitor

ASUS takes quality seriously, especially on premium ROG products. We’re constantly striving to improve, and part of that effort includes carefully monitoring the community...

Intel talks CPUs and overclocking on the ASUS Straight Edge podcast

The ASUS Straight Edge podcast is a relatively new endeavor that digs into the truth behind the technologies in the PC space. Our latest episode...

The Zen AiO Pro got game

With a slender frame and air of elegance, the ASUS Zen AiO Pro doesn’t fit the typical gamer mold. Don’t be fooled by its...

Which Oculus Ready gaming PC is right for me?

Oculus Rift pre-orders start shipping March 28th, but the headset is only one part of the VR equation. The PC it plugs into is...

The virtual reality future is about to become the present

It’s really happening. After years of development and accumulated anticipation, virtual reality is finally going to be a thing. Production Oculus Rift headsets ship...

Gold Edition GTX 980 Ti marks 20 years of ASUS innovation

ASUS has been producing graphics cards for 20 years, a milestone we’re proud to honor with the 20th Anniversary Gold Edition 980 Ti. This...

4K and G-Sync: A perfect match made by the ROG Swift...

Superior graphics are a big part of PC gaming’s appeal. We have the best visuals around, in part because we have the best graphics...