Asus is looking to do it again with the Eee Reader, a reported ebook reader that will pack a dizzying array of features at an unbelievable price
More details are surfacing about Asus' upcoming Eee-reader expected out by the end of the year. Most notable are the low price and hinged spine.
The spin-off from the Taiwanese ODM breaks even with Toshiba as the fifth-largest PC maker in the world.
The Eee PC maker announces a touch-screen, monochrome e-reader with a slim form factor, Wi-Fi connectivity, and optional 3G.
Maker of Zen MP3 players is said to be readying an e-book reader, tentatively named the MediaBook, that will harness videos, pictures, text, and services for a "media-rich experience."
We realize the problem with an OS installation party is there's nothing to do. We also warn you about the great iPod camera shortage of 2009. If it's real. And we all like the Asus Eee-reader. Too bad that and the glasses-free 3D TV aren't real... yet.
We realize the problem with an operating system installation party is there's nothing to do. We also warn you about the great iPod camera shortage of 2009..if it's real. And we all like the Asus Eee-reader. Too bad that and the glasses-free 3D TV aren't r
Taiwanese company finds itself smack in the middle of a transition from components maker to serious contender in PCs and accessories. Could Asus could be an Acer in the making?
It was a plenty busy week in the gadget world. Here are just a few highlights (and lowlights: we're talking about you, robot iPhone mask).
Company president Jerry Shen said Asustek plans to launch its reader by the end of 2009 at the earliest.