Popular Asus Articles for 2009
Google created Android to run on smartphones, but Asus is currently working on a low-cost laptop that will run this operating system.
So far, Android hasn't lived up to its hype, but Brighthand's Ed Hardy predicts that by the end of this year there will be so many models running Google's mobile[...]
Asus has begun demonstrating an Eee PC running Google's Android operating system. This prototype netbook is based on a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm. Updated
MSI is reportedly getting ready to unveil a netbook running Google's Android. This would make it one of several companies prepping very low cost laptops based on this operating system.
Garmin-Asus have announced the nuvifone M20. This is the first Windows Mobile-based model in this series, and is an all-in-one phone, mobile web browser, and premium navigation system.
The Asus P835 will be a Windows Mobile Pro smartphone centered around a 3.5-inch, WVGA touchscreen. It will also sport a number of other high-end features, like the latest version[...]
Asus has made big splash with its Eee PC line of inexpensive subnotebooks and desktops, and now is developing a smartphone for this line.
Asus has said multiple times that it is going to use Google's Android OS, but it hasn't done so yet. However, this company's CEO said recently that it is almost[...]
Garmin and Asus have announced a strategic alliance to combine their navigation and mobile phone expertise. Together, they plan to release a line of co-branded location-centric smartphones.
Both Acer and Asus experienced strong sales of their subnotebooks at the end of 2008, and are increasing their predicted sales volumes for 2009.
The release of the Garmin-Asus nvifone G60 has been moved back yet again. Ths navigation-oriented device is now expacted to launch about 18 months after it was first unveiled.