Photos: Latest Asus tablet and smartphone

Latest tablet to hit the market.

By on Jun 1, 2010
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ASUS Eee PadEP101TC

The ASUS Eee Pad acts as a supplementary Windows-based portable tablet PC, claimed Asus. The 12” Eee Pad EP121 is a full-featured slate computer that serves as a multimedia player, e-reader, compact PC and internet device.

For added mobility, the 10’’ Eee Pad EP101TC comes in at a mere 675g and a slim, pocket-friendly 12.2mm, claimed Asus.

Optus releases Garmin-Asus A10

Like other Garmin-Asus Android-powered devices, the A10 includes Garmin’s premium, turn-by-turn, voice-prompted navigation capabilities. The A10 integrates Google Mobile Services with one-click access to Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, calendar, contacts and Android Market.

The Garmin-Asus M10 runs on Windows Mobile 6.5.3. Austin Bryan, marketing director at Optus Consumer said, "Partnering with Garmin allows us to deliver a first class navigation system to our customers on an awesome Android smartphone and at $0 upfront on an Optus ‘yes’ Social $29 plan over 24 months.

Asus app store

The app store is powered by the Intel AppUpSM Centre. This store lets end users enjoy downloads of useful applications whenever they log online.

This service will be preinstalled in all ASUS Eee PC models with the Intel AtomTM processor.

It will be available for Windows* from 2H 2010, and for MeeGo when it launches in 2011.

Asus BW-12B1LT Blu-ray 3D optical drive

Asus brings 3D to the desktop with the BW-12B1LT Blu-ray internal optical drive and VG236H 3D LCD monitor [next slide].

Asus VG236H 3D LCD monitor
Asus Eee PCs 1018

Asus claims these netbooks sport distinctive designs and materials—such as aluminum for the 1018 and a soft-to-the-touch matte surface for the 1015—that perfectly suit the lifestyles of their target users.

Asus EeeTop PC ET 24

Replaces the desktop, TVs and audio systems and features Asus SonicMaster technology which Asus claims delivers a host of sonic improvements over regular all-in-one PC speakers, including a wider frequency range, four times the volume limit and lower distortion.

Asus Gaming—G51 3D (pictured), G53 and G73 notebooks

The brand new 15.6” G53 has full support for 3D gaming and the new HDMI 1.4 revision, resulting in spectacular action, claimed Asus. G53 is also the world’s first 15” gaming notebook with NVIDIA’s 3D Vision-enabled next generation GPU.

Asus MATRIX5870 graphics cards

The MATRIX5870 takes AMD’s design and bolsters it with added features such as iTracker 2, ProbeIt and the Super Hybrid Engine, garnering superlative overclocking potential balanced with excellent power efficiency, claimed Asus.

Asus ROG ARES graphics card

The gargantuan ARES super-card comes in as one of the world’s most powerful desktop graphics card solutions, with total gaming muscle in the form of twin Radeon 5870 cores, 4GB GDDR5 and massive cooling, claimed Asus.

Asus ROG CG8490 desktop PC

The unique design draws inspiration from ancient and modern armor of both Eastern and Western cultures, built tough to withstand punishment and resist degradation, while the leading-edge thermal design with multiple oversized fans banishes heat quick and gives the system superior stability, claimed Asus.

Asus ROG Crosshair IV Formula motherboard

The Crosshair IV Formula brings gratuitous gaming and tuning enjoyment to AMD builds, including the world’s first dual-channel 2000MHz DDR3 for AMD, adding the benefit of Core Unlocker to the mix – users can tap hidden cores on new AMD CPUs, clamed Asus.

Asus TS mini server

Asus Lamborghini VX6

Asus has partnered with Lamborghini once again for the ASUS-LAMBORGHINI VX7 and ASUS-LAMBORGHINI VX6. Asus claimed the VX7 delivers extreme graphics and processing power that will satisfy hardcore gamers and enthusiasts, while the VX6 produces audio fit for the most discerning audiophiles through its Bang & Olufsen ICEpower sound system. The ASUS-LAMBORGHINI VX Series—experience power and desire at their most unbridled.

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