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ASUS Republic of Gamers Announces Strix SCAR II and Hero II

Calling on all games and it seems one brand, ASUS, in particular is going into overdrive and announcing an impressive line of new products at every turn. The Taiwan tech giant recently announced two new products namely the Strix SCAR II and Hero II, follow-ups to the successful esports gaming laptops built exclusively for FPS…

ASUS Showcases Seriously Impressive New ROG Gaming Laptops

Listen up, SA Gamers – ASUS is back, better than ever, and ready to ROG you! At an exclusive event held on 30 May at Sally Mustang – Johannesburg’s hottest new venue – a select group of South Africa’s tech and gaming media were treated to a showcase of new ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers)…

ASUS Transformer Book Flip has a rotatable screen, sub 5k pricing

Single-cable USB monitors have been around for a while, so it was only a matter of time before someone came up with a USB Type-C update. As it turns out, ASUS is the first to announce such a product and might have initially bested Lenovo’s Yoga with its dual-screened convertible laptop, but two screens meant…

ICYMI: Tablet Back to School Guide as heard on UJFM

Unless you’ve opted for a pocket-busting phone, you can probably still see the utility of having a tablet to handle books, movies or even a bit of on-the-go productivity. There are plenty of tablet options for different budgets, so Melody and I have lined up our top picks to help you find your next. Samsung…

ASUS’ super thin UX305 will set you back 12K at launch

We’ve already seen what Intel’s Core M chips can do to a laptop — all of the specimens we’ve seen have been impossibly skinny and lightweight. The problem is, that brand of thin-and-lightness doesn’t come cheap: Lenovo’s new Yoga Pro 3 starts at R15 000, for instance, while the Apple’s Mac Pro is currently going…

ASUS MeMO Pad 7 Reviewed

The MeMO Pad 7 was arguably the sleeper hit among small tablets last year. Given that ASUS’ device didn’t have the speed of the Apple Air range or the interface and marketing tricks of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 line, but it is superbly balanced. It runs smoothly, packs smart software and (most importantly) carried a…

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