Asus has unveiled an ultrabook with a launch price that targets the upper end of the mainstream market.
Asus finally unveils its much anticipated Transformer Prime. It's going to be the first tablet to feature Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC. While it's not going to ship with Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich, Asus promises a few more surprises beyond just more horsepower.
Asus has joined the likes of MSI, Gigabyte and ASRock with its Z68 PCIe Gen3 motherboard supporting Intel's 2012-bound Ivy Bridge processors.
Overclocking is frequently justified as giving needed performance, but in a lot of cases, people do it just to see if they can. There's a bit of pride in taking a 2.4GHz processor and make it run at 4 GHz.
This battery will be good for over 1000 cycles, matching Apple's claims for its latest round of MacBooks.
Nvidia has released the following demo of Internet Explorer 9 running on both the Ion 2-based Eee PC 1201PN and a regular Atom netbook with Intel graphics.