Asus’s sub-$400 X570 ROG motherboard is well worth considering thanks to its plethora of speedy USB, SATA, and other features, as well as robust cooling and solid performance.
Asus’ dual-screen laptop is better designed and generally more useful than the competition. But there’s still lots of room for improvement.
Asus’s ROG Zephyrus S GX701 and GX502 will have a 300 Hz display. The company is also making gaming laptops for creatives.
Asus's ProArt Station D940MX has an Intel Core i9-9900K paired with either an Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 or Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti.
The Asus ProArt StudioBook Pro X has a display with minimal bezels, as well as workstation class components.
Sources inside Asus have confirmed to VideoCardz that the company is working on AMD X590 and X599 motherboards.
Asus today confirmed that it's planning to release the ROG Phone II, its second-generation gaming phone, built around the new Snapdragon 855 Plus.
Asus has listed all of the its B450 and X470 motherboards that partially support the latest PCIe 4.0 standard.
Asus’ TUF H310M-Plus Gaming delivers a robust design, some RGB lighting, and a feature set that should cover most users at an attractive sub-$80 price point.
Asus' Trade Up Your Graphics program lets you get a discount on a new graphics card by trading in an old one.
Asus is reportedly looking to release a second-generation ROG Phone in the third quarter of this year.
Asus celebrated its 30th anniversary by announcing special “Edition 30” versions of its Prime X299 motherboard, ZenBook 13, and ZenFone 6 during Computex 2019.
Asus Prime is the desktop motherboard re-imagined. The concept sports modular ports, rear-mounted PCIe, and a big touchscreen.
This 17.3-inch portable display offers adaptive sync and the kind of high refresh rates you only find in desktop monitors.
Asus’ ZenBook 13, 14 and 15 are all getting ScreenPad 2.0, a larger, more phone-like experience built directly into the mousepad.
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo and ZenBook Duo have second screens above the keyboard for extra productivity space.
Asus’ dozen initial X570 boards include one that supports ECC, and a wide range of gaming- and enthusiast-focused options.