Asus has a few new Netbook models, keeping the category alive for another year.
Thought the Netbook was dead? Asus wants to bring it back with this new model.
After shaking things up with the Eee PC netbook and Transformer tablet, what has Asus got in store for us next? We're live from the Asus press conference starting at 7:15 a.m. PT on Wednesday.
The Transformer Book T300, the Memo Pads 8 and 10, and the FonePad 7 2014 Edition were unveiled at the company's IFA event in Berlin.
Asus updates the Eee PC line with AMD's excellent ultraportable CPU, making for a powerful, portable package -- but the field is getting crowded in this category.
The 11-inch Asus UX is clearly designed to take on the MacBook Air. Also on hand: an updated version of the Eee PC Netbook, called the Eee PC X101.
New from Computex, the 11-inch Asus UX is clearly designed to take on the MacBook Air, while the Eee PC X101 runs both Windows and Intel's MeeGo.
World's second largest chip maker is open to Android but so far isn't making any public commitment.
The Asus Eee PC X101CH may be slim and light, but it fails to impress in nearly every other respect. Its relatively cheap price tag doesn't justify poor processor performance and an unimpressive screen.
Typical price: £210.00
Eric Chen, global vice president of the Systems Business Group at Asus, talks to CNET Australia about the end of Eee, the rise of tablets and the mission to be admired.