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ASUS Announces Sharp-Shooting Smartphone: The ZenFone Zoom

The Best Unlocked Smartphones for Your Buck

With all the leasing options and payment plans available to consumers these days, owning a top-of-the-line unlocked smartphone has never been easier. However, just because you can get a premium smartphone doesn't necessarily mean you should, or that it will fit into your budget—a $700 phone you pay off in 36 installments is, after all, still a $700 phone (plus interest). As an alternative to those bank-busting devices, we've put together a list of five smartphones that offer performance to rival their pricier peers, at a fraction of the cost.   

ASUS VivoPC: This Mini is No Mouse

Silvestri writes again, with a review of the ASUS VivoPC mini desktop computers, in this B&H article.

Computex 2015: New Computers and Android Wear from ASUS

At Computex 2015, ASUS is giving users an exciting glimpse of some upcoming products, including the Zen AiO PC, the ProArt PA32Q 32" UHD monitor, the Transformer Book T100HA, the ZenWatch 2, and the ZenPad.

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ZenFone 2 Delivers High-Quality Performance at Low Price

Hands-On Review: ASUS Tri-Band Router

Gamers Unite, with ASUS ROG Series Desktops and Laptops

Read about ASUS gaming PCs at B&H.com.

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Back to School: 5 Recommended Tablets

Even in these halcyon, lazy days of summer, the next semester of school is looming on the horizon. While you're thinking about all the supplies, gadgets, gizmos, and gewgaws you will need to aggregate to help you get through the autumn and then to the next holiday break, we would like to offer some ideas for tablets that will help you organize your schoolwork and provide a few fleeting moments of entertainment during the precious downtime you may have between classes, papers, and exams. 

The ASUS Chromebox M004U Desktop Computer: A Box That Rocks

The ASUS M004U Chromebox: There’s No Place like Chrome

The desktop PC might be dying—there are many critics who believe that it is flat-lining as you read this—and there are definitely some indicators that the critics may be right. Tablets and smartphones continually erode away at the desktop market share, and as the consumer base moves toward smaller, lighter, and faster, the stalwart bulk of a desktop PC seems archaic.

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