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10 things you missed at CES 2019

Every January, more than 150,000 people flock to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show. It is the stage where countless tech companies debut...

The StudioBook S W700 packs the power of a mobile workstation...

Designers, architects, content creators, and programmers need high-performance hardware for work, but there’s an increasing demand for the ability to do that work in...

Beyond the bezel: The ZenBook S13 UX392 takes slim bezels to...

Our ZenBook line has always epitomized our best in terms of laptop design. It’s built on the premise that the finest ultrabooks are a...

The newest ASUS Chromebooks are rugged and ready to rule the...

Chromebooks are everywhere these days. With premium finishes, support for the Google Play Store and high-end specs, these lightweight laptops have evolved into a...

Black Friday 2018: The best deals on ASUS and ROG gear...

Winter may bring colder weather and shorter days, but with it comes the most magical time of year: the holidays! The festive season has...

Far and wide: solo adventures with the ZenFone 5Q’s four cameras

I long ago learned that spending $600 or $700 on a smartphone is not a good idea for me. I have put three phones...

The ASUS Mini PC ProArt PA90 is a tiny but mighty...

It’s pretty easy to build a powerful workstation if you’re not particularly concerned about size or design. There are plenty of cases out there...

Mixing business and pleasure with the ZenBook S UX391

The first ultrabooks were meant for the road. Thin and portable, they made light work of business trips and the types of tasks you...

2018 Back to school laptop guide: the best ASUS and ROG...

Every July, summer’s carefree days and warm evenings are rudely interrupted by back to school signage bearing bad news: your days of freedom are...

Bringing sexy back: The super slim ZenBook S UX391 is pretty...

Ultrabooks have redefined our ability to work on the go. These lightweight aluminum slivers feel like freedom compared to the burdensome black plastic slabs...