The first thing you think of when you see a smartphone from the ASUS Republic of Gamers — aptly named the ROG Phone — would probably be somewhere along the lines of “Oh this must only be for hardcore gamers”. And while that’s true to a certain extent, I believe that this gaming-grade mobile device isn’t just for hardcore gamers.
It’s for everyone.
The ASUS ZenFone Max Pro is currently the most value for money stock Android smartphone you can buy in Malaysia. If you’re facing problems with the fingerprint sensor and camera, the Taiwanese smartphone maker has released a software update to address these issues.
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For the longest time, the Xiaomi Redmi 5A has been a popular choice if you’re looking for the cheapest Android smartphone. After introducing the ZenFone Max Pro in Malaysia, ASUS is now focusing at a lower price point with its new ZenFone Live L1.
It was first spotted in Indonesia and the new ZenFone Live could pose a serious challenge to Xiaomi’s cheapest smartphone model.
ASUS’ brand new ZenBook Pro comes with one of the most interesting features I’ve seen on a traditional laptop in a long time. Sure, the device comes with excellent specs, a great build and a very nice screen, but the first thing that jumps out to anyone who looks at it is the 5.5-inch screen living where you would usually find a trackpad.
What is it? Is it any good? Is it better than TouchBar? Well, this is everything we currently know about ScreenPad.
No, it’s not a fitness tracker. It’s also not a smartwatch. ASUS‘ brand new VivoWatch BP is something else entirely — at least, according to the Taiwanese company. They’re calling it the world’s first “true health tracker” and it’s all because this wearable can do something very special: It can accurately collect blood pressure data.
ScreenPad. It’s not the most creative name ever, but it is something I’m also kind of surprised nobody else thought of doing to a laptop. I know Razer had that whole “stick your phone in a laptop” thing but that’s not this. This is something else, but at the same time it also feels like it should have been a very obvious thing to do.
Why, then, did nobody do it? Why did nobody slap a screen into the space where your laptop’s trackpad usually sits? Is it because it’s a bad idea? Well, that’s what I tried to find out with ASUS’ brand new ZenBook Pro.
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Have you been pining for a Windows laptop with TouchBar? ASUS thinks you are and their latest laptop — that’s designed for creators — is about as close as you can get to a Windows laptop with a TouchBar. It’s the new ZenBook Pro and this year it comes with something called ScreenPad.
When you think “gaming phone”, you think of devices like the Razer Phone or the Xiaomi Black Shark, both of which have a pretty reasonable “gaming” identity about them. But now, after ASUS’ big ROG launch, there should only be one phone you think of when you think “gaming phone”.
That phone is the ASUS ROG Phone and it is absolutely bonkers.
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If you think about mobile gaming, you probably expect a smartphone with great specs and a big battery. After years of making gaming laptops, ASUS has finally announced the ROG Phone. A radical smartphone for hardcore mobile gamers.
Who do you go to if you want a cool new ad that involves music and performance? Obviously, the people who thought it was a good idea to use 567 printers instead of a normal screen as a backdrop.
This is ASUS’ brand new ZenFone 5 ad, directed by OK Go frontman Damian Kulash, and it features a man dancing with a suit made of ZenFone 5s.