With its eye on eSports gamers, Asus has rolled out two mid-to-upper tier gaming laptops.
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?
For some gamers, only a curved ultra-wide monitor will do. The XG35V packs 3440x1440 pixels in a 35” VA screen, and brings FreeSync, 100Hz refresh, and high contrast to your arsenal.
Asus announced that its entire lineup of AMD graphics cards has a brand-new identity, referring to the red-team GPU series as "Arez."
Asus launched five motherboards based on the X470 chipset to accompany AMD’s newly launched 2nd-Gen Ryzen processors.
Asus teases the enthusiast budget market with its Prime Z370-A. Does it have the features and performance to justify a slightly-above-budget price?
Intel announced the latest Coffee Lake-H processors in the wee hours of the morning, and OEMs were quick to reveal their latest-and-greatest laptops equipped with the new CPUs.
Given its ROG label, is the Strix Z370-E Gaming a top-value high-end board, or just a tick up from the enthusiast mainstream? Let's look...
Recently spotted for as little as $200, is the Asus Prime X299-A still the best deal in high-end motherboards? We take a closer look.
With its wide-gamut, native 10-bit color, full-array LED backlight, and HDR support, the PA32UC is geared for photographers, videographers, and enthusiasts of high-quality imaging alike.
How does this budget-minded Asus gaming rig shape up against contenders from Acer, Dell, and others? We put it to the test.
Microsoft and Qualcomm are marketing their “Always Connected PCs” as regular Windows 10 devices when they may not be compatible with many existing Windows apps or peripherals.
Can a premium brand add enough performance, features, and overclocking to beat its lower-priced rivals in the battle of compact gaming value supremacy?