ASUS has recently introduced, at COMPUTEX 2011, new mobile devices such as Eee Slate, Eee Pad and recent Eee PC models. They are extending Eee’s portfolio, diversifying the range of options to users. As a single unit cannot meet the requirements of all mobile users, ASUS will launch four different pieces by the end of 2011.Read more
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ASUS PadFone, the latest product of the Taiwanese company, has been officially launched. PadFone, the first model of what appears to be a new class of portable devices, lures features borrowed from both smartphone and tablet.Read more
NVIDIA, along with the PC manufacturers, notebook panel manufacturers, and content developers, announced the expansion of the NVIDIA 3D Vision ecosystem to include HD notebook platforms that integrate advanced 120Hz 3D Vision-capable displays directly into the chassis for on-the-go 3D.
The first notebook utilizing NVIDIA 3D Vision is the G51J 3D, introduced last week by ASUS.Read more
It looks like 2009 could be an interesting year for Android following the announcement by the Open Handset Alliance that it has 14 new members.
Topping the list of newcomers most likely to offer a handset to rival Google’s HTC-built G1 is Sony Ericsson.
The list also includes ASUS and navigation systems manufacturer Garmin.
ASUS has launched the first Skype certified videophone allowing unlimited video calling over the Internet.
The AiGuru SV1, part of the Eee Phone product family, has a 7" display and a built-in webcam, speaker and microphone.
European viewers can now watch live high-definition television programming on their mobile devices using a USB TV dongle developed by the Chinese company Aigo.
The dongle, first released for the Chinese market in April, is compatible with European HDTV standards.
It will enable users to watch live HDTV on their laptops, desktop computers, portable video players and portable navigation (GPS) devices.
Viewers simply plug the device into their PC or portable video player’s USB port to capture HD programming wirelessly from local TV stations.
Feng Jun, president and founder of Aigo, said: “People across China, and now also in Europe, will have access to live HDTV on their laptops and portable video players.”