Asus Ceases Eee PC Netbook Production

Asus recently announced its decision to discontinue the production of its Eee PC netbook line. According to Digitimes, the Taiwanes electronics giant had two reasons behind this pronouncement. One is an increased demand for tablets and notebooks. Another is a decline in demand for netbooks in emerging market. In place of the Eee PC netbooks,

Tawian Honors HTC As Top International Brand

When you think about all the toys growing up that were labeled “Made in Taiwan” it’s hard to believe that a company that was once thought of as a smaller OEM is Taiwan’s top international brand.  HTC is currently the world’s 5th largest smartphone maker and has a brand value of $3.6 billion dollars, which

Asus Officially Launches EeePad Slider & Confirms Transformer 2

Earlier in the year Asus announced that they would be bringing multiple Android tablets to market.  The first was the eee pad Transformer which has been doing very well in Best Buy’s and other retail outlets along side the Acer Iconia 500, The Toshiba Thrive and even the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.  There is just

Nvidia Tegra 2 To Account For 50% of Arm Based Tablet Shipments in 2011

Digitimes is reporting via their sources that are “notebook players” that Nvidia’s Tegra 2 chip is alligning themselves to take over 50% of the Arm based tablet shipments in 2011. According to Digitimes, Nvidia Tegra 2 chips will be in tablet pcs by Acer, Asustek, Toshiba and Samsung.  Samsung’s 1ghz Humminghird processor is featured in