ASUS has introduced a fourth tablet to go alongside the recently announced Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Slider and Eee Slate at the Computex 2011.

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There was a time when electronic companies were releasing laptops like anything . Though laptops are still being manufactured in heavy quantities yet the day is not far when we will have over 10 companies releasing pads similar to iPad with various configurations. The market is booming and everyone wants to tap into it.

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In the modern era, manufacturers tend to make smaller devices that are compact and easy to move, but some manufactures tend to do quite the opposite and prove us that technology doesn’t need to get smaller, in fact it can get bigger. If you remember the dual screen tablet you know what I’m talking about, but this time it’s something bigger. So what can be better than a dual screen tablet? What about three-screen laptop?

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Many people are confusing the ASUS Eee Pad with the ASUS Eee Tablet. The former is a tablet similar to the iPad and others on the market, while the Eee Tablet is a digital notebook. As soon as you realize the difference between the two, things become a lot simpler.

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ASUS 15.6-inch gaming laptop – ROG G53

On June 1, 2010, in Gaming, Laptops / Computers, by Mike Jefferson

ASUS has shown many great devices at this year’s Computex but that’s not all. ASUS wouldn’t be what they are today without their great laptops. As you know due to the hardware limitations laptops are not always the best solution for gaming but ASUS decided to put an end to that with their brand new gaming laptop.

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Many people have been waiting for the ASUS Eee Pads for a long time. If you don’t know, ASUS intents to join the tablets race with Eee Pad and to take out the iPad as the dominant tablet on the market. Anyhow, ASUS Eee Pads have been shown so let’s take a look what ASUS has to offer.

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