Say what you will about Asus, but the Taiwan-based PC, tablet and smartphone producer has never been a big fan of prudence. Its entire device roster, from PadFones to Fonepads to Transformer Pads and Zenfones, has risks written all over it, and even in terms of release timelines, Asus has rarely applied caution.
D&H Distributing will hold its New England Technology Show August 12 in Quincy, Mass. The event will feature more than 60 vendors, and 500 attendees are expected.
D&H Distributing said Wednesday it will host its West Coast 2014 Technology Show on March 27 in City of Industry, Calif. The event is expected to draw 500 attendees and 60 exhibitors.
The convention formerly known only as the Consumer Electronics Show has always had its share of the sacred and the silly. The officially dubbed 2014 International CES was no exception: barbecue-grille-cleaning robots, 18-carat-gold earphones, and stun gun iPhone cases. Fortunately, products representing legitimate new trends were there aplenty.
Swimming against every single tide in the Android Ocean, Asus has just taken the wraps off the PadFone mini, a lower-cost, lower-end take on the PadFone concept that has recently reached its fourth generation.
First, there was Samsung and Acer. Then HP and Lenovo joined them, followed closely by a product Google made from scratch. And now Asus and Toshiba also want in.
It’s the fledgling Chromebook market, which, in spite of heavy early bashing, looks ready to truly take off and break the PC mainstream
Asus has been a little all over the place in mobile décor of late, with smartphone/tablet crosses, tablet/laptop hybrids and oodles of quirky transforming devices basically battling it out among themselves for the same shrinking pie and target audience.
For most Westerners, Asus may look like a one-trick pony, making waves in the global Android décor almost solely with the Nexus 7 and new N7. But the Taiwanese enjoy a much bigger amount of respect and appreciation in Asia
D&H Distributing will host its annual New England Expo on August 6 in Quincy, Mass. Organizers are expecting 500 attendees and 60 vendors for the event.