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Asus, Fifth and Rising in Tablet Market

Asus in 2011 became one of the top five tablet makers, and though it still lags somewhat behind the market leaders.


Asus Ships Quad-Core Transformer Pad 300 Tablet for $379

Asus on Sunday started shipping its Transformer Pad 300 tablet in the U.S., with the company pitching the tablet as a gaming device and laptop replacement.


Asus to Ship Quad-core Transformer Pad 300 Tablet on April 22

Asus' latest Transformer Pad 300 will start shipping in the U.S. on April 22, the company said Friday.

Asus Padfone Pre-Orders Begin in Taiwan

The Padfone is an Android smartphone with a 4.3-inch display that can dock inside a 10.1-inch tablet. The tablet can then dock into a keyboard and trackpad.


Asus Transformer Prime to Get Ethernet Support, Face Unlock, and More

A new firmware update also will let Prime owners connect to other wireless devices directly.


Attachable Keyboards for Android Tablets: Plug In, Type On

You can turn your tablet into a laptop for long typing sessions, and go back to just a tablet when you're done. We test four popular physically attached keyboards for Android tablets.

Asus Transformer Prime TF201 Mobile Docking Station: Slimmer, Lighter, Better

The Transformer Prime's keyboard dock improves on that of the original Transformer by packing the same ports and extra battery life into an even slimmer and lighter package. Unfortunately, the keys remain cramped.


Asus Transformer TF101 Mobile Docking Station: Great Battery Life, Tiny Keys

The docking station for the Transformer TF101 tablet adds more than just a keyboard. You get more ports, more battery life, and more bulk--but it puts everything together in a stylish, compact manner.


What's the Better Buy: a Consumer or a Business Laptop?

We give you six tips on how to shop a maker's business site for your next laptop and four things to consider when checking out its consumer laptops.

Quad-Core Android Tablet Costing $200 May Arrive This Summer

If this rumor is true, the big question is: Can a Nexus Tablet compete with the Kindle Fire and the next iPad?