Asus officially enters the PSU market with two high-end models under the prestigious ROG name, the Thor 1200W and 850W, both based on Seasonic platforms.
The Asus ZenBook Pro 15 is a strong performer with a beautiful design, but while the ScreenPad is innovative, it’s not fully baked and contributes to short battery life.
Cooler Master joins Asus's Tuf Gaming Alliance with a case, two coolers, and a power supply. We put them together, like Voltron, into a formidable budget rig.
The Asus ROG Strix Hero II has all of the necessary components for a great gaming machine, but heat and noise issues might deter some would-be buyers.
Top-notch thermal performance, digital camo styling, and reasonable pricing make this chassis a must-have for gamers after for a chassis with a custom look.
Can Asus' value-focused TUF X470-Plus Gaming set the pace for the TUF Alliance on AMD's updated Ryzen platform?
The Asus ROG Strix GL12 is an esports-ready PC with lots of ports and an attractive design, but it’s pricey for its specs.
Intel announced a new AI for PC Developer Program to provide machine learning (ML) tools and training for developers, as well as a partnership with Asus to build new ML-powered devices.
Asus enters the PSU market with the ROG Thor Platinum, using a version of the similar-efficiency Seasonic Prime platform and interesting aesthetics.
Asus's Republic of Gamers (ROG) smartphone sports high-end specs, a 6-inch, 90Hz AMOLED screen, and optional accessories that turn it to a portable gaming console.
With an easy-to-use chassis, a series of pretested components and matching peripherals, the TUF Gaming line is meant to be durable and reliable.
In the first of our Power User Profile series, we talk to a professional VR/AR developer about what hardware and software he uses to create 3D worlds.
Asus hits a gaming size and pixel-count sweet spot with the 27-inch ROG Swift PG27V. But you'll need to fiddle with settings to get the best from it.
Having tested the Z370-E, we take a drive with the cheaper Z370-F of Asus' ROG Strix subseries. Does a lower price make for a better value?