ASUS will be launching its new ZenFone 4 series very soon. This is their 4th generation smartphone series which is not to be confused with their first generation entry-level ZenFone 4 from 2014.
After going upmarket with better build quality and hardware on the ZenFone 3 series, ASUS wants to step up its photography prowess on the ZenFone 4.
If all you want from a smartphone is to have it last a long time on a single charge, then ASUS’ ZenFone Max series of devices was the device for you. This year, though, the Taiwanese company has given the new ZenFone 4 Max dual rear cameras.
UPDATE: The ZenFone AR has been officially launched in Malaysia! Here are the details.
ASUS Malaysia is launching the ZenFone AR this afternoon and it’s the world’s first smartphone that’s Google Tango AR and Daydream VR enabled. It’s also the world’s first phone to be announced with 8GB RAM earlier this year.
Being a feature packed device, you should realistically expect the ZenFone AR to cost more than the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe that was announced with a starting price of RM2,599. Instead, it costs more than that. Even more than the Samsung Galaxy S8+.
It looks like ASUS is just about ready to launch a brand new lineup of smartphones as press invites begin to roll out for what looks like the launch event for the upcoming ASUS ZenFone 4V.
If ASUS‘ launch in Computex 2017 left you drooling for their uber thin yet powerful devices, you’re in for a treat because today, Malaysia becomes the first region in which ASUS launches their brand new laptops.
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This is it. ASUS has done something absolutely awesome with the gaming laptop and it comes in the form of the ROG Zephyrus. Named after the Greek god of the West Wind, its name alone should give you a hint about what makes this ultra-thin, ultra-powerful gaming laptop special.
Yep, it’s in its cooling.
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UPDATE: ASUS Malaysia has updated that the ZenFone AR launch is happening on 4 July instead.
Computex is a place where a whole lot of really cool stuff happens. This year at the ASUS booth, the coolest thing — besides the new launches, of course– is the fact that we get to see (and try out) ASUS’s brand new Tango and Daydream enabled smartphone, the ZenFone AR, in action.
The best part? ASUS also revealed when the phone will hit Malaysian shores.
When it comes to technology, I’m usually all for the pursuit of making things as portable as possible so when ASUS announced that they had created the world’s thinnest 2-in-1, my eyebrows were raised.
ASUS is obsessed with making everything thinner at Computex 2017. They have announced several new powerful laptops and one of them is the world’s thinnest 2-in-1 convertible while the other is the thinnest 14″ inch laptop in a compact 13″ laptop chassis.