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It looks like one of the best deals on the 2013 Nexus 7 tablet is over at eBay. You can pick up the 16GB model for a solid $40 off the regular price, bringing your effective price down to just $189.99.
Google’s upcoming Chromebooks will be powered by Intel's new 4th generation CPUs, so the devices are coming with strong computing power and improved battery life.
ASUS is going through its lineup and doing some updates, just like we saw with the recent launch of the new Nexus 7. If you're looking for a 7-inch tablet that can also make phone calls, though, you may be more interested in the updated ASUS Fonepad 7.
If you're in the market for a new computer and don't have all that much space, you might want to take a look at this all-in-one PC from the fine folks at Asus, because it just so happens to be on sale for $220 off.
When I was shopping around for a new Ultrabook a few months back, this was one of the front-runners on my short list. Now that its price has been slashed by $200, this 11.6-inch touchscreen notebook from ASUS is looking like a better and better deal.
Earlier today we reported on leaked specs and details from Best Buy. Now we have the official word from Google, the new Nexus 7 is here! Read on to learn more about the features, pricing and availability.
Remember when it was the norm to spend at least $500 to get a halfway decent tablet? Times have changed and prices have dropped. In fact, you can now get your hands on an Asus tablet for as little as $109.
It looks like Asus is taking aim directly at the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and upcoming Note 3, introducing the Asus FonePad Note, a new stylus-equipped phone.
Maxwest has shown off their 7-inch Android tablet which costs just $65 at CTIA 2013. The device is coming with decent features for that price tag, but don’t expect too much from it.
After holding the crown for so long, Apple is now slipping in the tablet market, while Samsung, Asus, Amazon and other Android tablet makers catch up.
Acer and Asus are currently working on new mid-range Chromebooks for release sometime this year, at least if a new rumor is to be believed.
If rumors are to be believed, Google and Asus could be ditching Nvidia as the processor supplier for the next-gen Nexus 7.
According to an analyst, 7 inch Androids tablets will be overtaking the iPad in quarterly market share.
The Asus Memo Pad is heading to the UK soon enough, in both 7-inch and 10.1-inch variations.
It looks like Samsung isn't the only one adding the ability to make voice calls to tablets. Asus has now officially unveiled the FonePad, a 7-inch tablet with built-in phone capabilities.
It looks like Asus is planning something big for MWC this year.
Are you interested in getting yourself a new Windows RT tablet, but you're not that big a fan of the Microsoft Surface? Fear not, because the ASUS VivoTab RT TF600T-B1-GR 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet is on sale now for $200 off the regular price.
If rumors are to be believed, it looks are gearing up to do another low-cost 7-incher, this time running on an Intel processor.
Nexus 7 is no longer the 'newest thing' but is still one of the best 7-inchers around. Now Asus hopes to undercut the Nexus 7 with a cheaper price tag.
Could a new Nexus 7 successor be on its way? A new rumor claims Asus and Google are preparing to unveil such a device at Google I/O on May 15th.
Considering getting your hands on the Google Nexus 7 with HSPA+? AT&T is now offering a $100 bill credit to those who are willing to sign up for two years of data service.
What happens when Windows 8 and Android have a baby? Apparently we get the Asus Transformer AiO
The Nexus 7 may still be a hot tablet, but at close to 7 months old, it is definitely not one of the newest on the market. Despite being out for a while now, we have still yet to see an official dock for the Nexus 7.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place next week in Las Vegas and it looks like we're getting a sneak peek at one of the Android tablets Asus will be unveiling at the show. This appears to be Asus ME301T MemoPad 10 and it will reportedly ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
This probably doesn't come as a surprise to any, but netbooks are officially goners now. This has been a long-time coming. As ultrabooks and tablets have eaten into netbook marketshare, Asus and Acer remained the only two brands that were keeping the netbook market alive.
At the current pricing, the Nexus 7 represents an exceptional deal, but what if you could get Google's 7-inch tablet for even cheaper? According to industry suppliers reporting first to DigiTimes, you might soon be able to get a budget version of the Nexus 7 for as little as $99
When it comes to subsidizing a mobile device, it usual means you agree to keep a contract with a carrier for designated period of time in order to get lower initial price for a phone or tablet. That said, it isn't just carriers who have tried subsidizing hardware this way.
Remember a few years ago when we had that whole fiasco about exploding batteries that caused laptops to catch on fire? It seems that we've got ourselves an exploding tablet now in the form of a strangely melted Google Nexus 7. It's turned into a horse.
Even though the TransPhone is only showing up the party now, it is already trumped not only by the older PadFone but by the upcoming PadFone 2. Tomorrow Asus will officially announce the Padfone 2, but that isn't stopping the net from leaking official photos ahead of schedule.
There are many notable choices out there such as the B&N Nook HD, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and – of course – the Asus-built Google Nexus 7. While all three of these certainly have merit, today's review is going to focus on the Nexus tablet.
Think that $199 for the Nexus 7 is a good deal? What if you could get a basic version of the Nexus 7 for as little as $99?
With the official launch of Windows 8 scheduled for October 26, Microsoft is giving its OEMs and manufacturers nearly three months to prepare its product releases in time.
At the beginning of this year we posted about the ASUS Padfone and how it was essentially three devices in one, a smartphone, tablet and laptop. The bad news is that it has yet to make its way over the US, until now … sort of.
"Join us as we introduce the truly incredible next transformations." Given that the only context where Asus has use the "transform" moniker is with an Eee Pad, we're pretty confident this week's event has something to do with a new tablet.
It seems that Google's 7-inch tablet PC is schedule for a full release in July, with an initial batch of 600,000 units shipping as early as June. According to the information cited, supposedly from sources within the supply chain, Asus is co-developing the device and the entry-level tablet will be around $200 or less.
Rumors about a so-called Nexus tablet from Google have been flying around for a while. What you see above comes to us from Pocketnow and the pictured device is purported to be the search giant’s upcoming tablet. Could it be the cheap stock Android Nexus tablet meant to compete against the new iPad?
When the new iPad was revealed to the world, Apple told us that the new A5X chip spanked the Tegra 3 processor from NVIDIA. But those are just claims. How does the comparison stack up when you put them under real benchmarks and real world experiences?
As it turns out, Google could be looking to be even more aggressive with its pricing for the Nexus Tablet, getting it down as low as $149. That significantly undercuts just about everyone else in the market
It's been postulated for some time that Google was working on a so-called Nexus tablet that would fundamentally follow in the footsteps of its Nexus family of smartphones. Now, we're hearing that it could be Asus that will be charged with building the pure Google tablet.
Ever since the recent launch of the Transformer Prime Android tablet, Asus has been busy with the slate’s issues. But that does not stop Asus from adding new devices to their tablet line-up. We already know that the company is set to introduce a budget 7-inch slate later in the second quarter. But now, it appears like there is yet another tablet.
Imagine one device that manages to successfully act as a smartphone, tablet, and a netbook. This is exactly what Asus is aiming for with its Padfone.
Asus appears to be going through tough times with all the issues on their Transformer Prime quad-core tablet. The GPS software fix didn’t quite work out as expected, but good news that the company has officially announced that the bootloader unlock tool will be released next month should put a smile on your face.