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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.

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Dying to know what the titans of technology have up their sleeves? Then you're in the right place, gadget fans, because we're reporting live from the hottest launches this week -- including the latest from Asus.

Asus is known for innovative lateral thinking, from the price-busting Eee PC netbook to the Transformer series of hybrid tablets, the first slates to show there was life beyond the iPad, and right up to the outsized Fonepad and Padfone.

To see what Asus has in store next, check out our live blog from the Asus press conference on Wednesday live and direct from Berlin.

CNET's live coverage of Asus IFA 2013 press conference.

Asus is just one of the technology giants revealing its coolest kit at industry beano IFA in Germany this week, where we'll be bringing you the very latest from exciting press conferences and spectacular product-packed booths -- including everyone from Acer, HTC, and Intel to LG, Sony, and Samsung. Check out the full lineup of seductive new kit at our special IFA 2013 hub, packed with scintillating live blogs, gorgeous photos, in-depth videos and insightful hands-on first takes.

There's no live stream from the Asus event, so our Asus live blog is the best way to keep up-to-date with the latest news you need to know. The action kicks off at 4:15 p.m. in Berlin -- that's 7:15 a.m. PT.

What would you like to see from Asus? Will Asus shake things up in the world of laptops and tablets? Are hybrid laptops the future or is it all about mobile devices these days? Tell me your thoughts in the comments -- and we'll see you bright and early on Wednesday!

Editors' note: The original version of this story was published Sept. 3 at 8:35 a.m. PT.