With precisely a week left until the debut of Computex 2014, Asus is beginning to find it hard to keep its cards close to the chest. The June 3-7 technology fair in Taipei will no doubt see a host of new Asus-made gizmos come to light, including several LTE-enabled Zenfones. Also, a fresh entry into
Focused until not long ago exclusively on multipurpose gadgets like Transformer Pad tablet/laptop hybrids or 2-in-1 phone-cum-slate PadFones, Asus has inaugurated back in January a more conventional handheld line. Dubbed Zenfone, the smartphone family included three low-cost 4, 5 and 6-inch models powered by Intel Atom processors and meant primarily for emerging markets. Priced at
Haswell, the Intel 4th generation processor is set to officially make its debut in about 3,337,200,000,000,000 nanoseconds according to a Twitter post of its manufacturer. For short, counting from the exact time of the post, it will be out in the public by June 3 this year. The event that will house the unveiling will
This week the Taiwan based company, Micro-Star International showed off two new Android tablets during Computex. Both of this devices look as if they are much more lustrous than the WindPad Tablet that was launched in the past by the company.
Due to our already heavy travel schedule we were unfortunately not on hand at Computex so we must rely on sources that we trust. As I write this our good friend Sylvie Barak has quite the scoop from Taipei. She’s got a pair of articles on RCR Wireless regarding Google’s new BFF. Texas Instruments Omap