ROG SWIFT PG348Q

    5 out of 5

    If you have the hardware (like the upcoming NVIDIA Pascal-based cards) to support it and demand ultra-settings on your PC games, then the ASUS ROG PG348Q is the best widescreen gaming monitor available today. more
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    SINGAPORE
    GameAxis Online
    06/22/2016

    ROG SWIFT PG348Q

    4 out of 5

    Gamers will appreciate the Swift's variable refresh rate feature, curved display and ultra-wide design. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/default.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    06/01/2016

    RT-AC5300

    8.5 out of 10

    The RT-AC5300 router from ASUS was clearly the stronger performer. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/default.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    04/24/2016

    RT-AC5300

    Best Performance

    Beside its looks, the RT-AC5300 router can actually boast of blazing fast performance and a rich set of features
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/2377.jpg Hardware MAG
    SINGAPORE
    Hardware MAG
    04/01/2016

    RT-AC5300

    Techaward 2016 Editor Choice

    One brand that has been especially dominant in the realm of high-end performance routers is ASUS, and they didn't disappoint in 2015
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12648.jpg Hardware MAG
    SINGAPORE
    Hardware MAG
    04/01/2016

    Motherboard
    MAXIMUS VIII EXTREME

    Techaward 2016 Editor Choice

    It is this attention to detail and user experience, combined with its stellar performance and design, that lead us to unreservedly declare it the winner
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12648.jpg Hardware MAG
    SINGAPORE
    Hardware MAG
    04/01/2016

    ASUS
    All

    Channel News Asia Luminary Innovaion awards

    Innovation Luminary Award: ASUSTek Computer Inc. Twenty-six years ago, ASUS started out on a journey to create the world's best motherboards and it grew quickly to become the world's best-selling and most award-winning motherboard brand.
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/default.jpg Channel News Asia Online
    SINGAPORE
    Channel News Asia Online
    03/30/2016

    U305UA

    8/10

    Nevertheless, the ZenBook's attractive design means that you shouldn't write it off just yet. Its slim profile - just 14.9mm thick - and light weight (1.3kg) make it quite portable. Its entire body is also constructed out of aluminum, and the lid features an attractive brushed metal pattern of concentric circles. The overall impression is of quite an appealing, minimalistic device that is very solidly-constructed.
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/5847.png HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    03/09/2016

    Notebooks & Ultrabooks
    X555LA

    Best Value for Money

    the X555L is a bargain, cramming in a speedy Core i5 processor, 1TB hard drive and 8GB RAM for the kind of money that normally nets you a Core i3 and half the memory.
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/962.jpg Stuff Magazine
    SINGAPORE
    Stuff Magazine
    03/01/2016

    ROG GX700VO

    8.5/10

    A premium notebook with a premium price tag, the ASUS ROG GX700 is for gamers who want the best possible gaming experience.
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/7537.png Hardware MAG
    SINGAPORE
    Hardware MAG
    03/01/2016

    Motherboard
    MAXIMUS VIII EXTREME

    Best Performance

    In addition to being the best board for overclocking, it also offers a range of hardware buttons - the Retry button for instance - that speak to ASUS' efforts to make the overclocking process as smooth as possible
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/2377.jpg Hardware MAG
    SINGAPORE
    Hardware MAG
    03/01/2016

    RT-AC5300

    Techaward 2016 Editor Choice

    However, it wasn't just its bold design that won us over, because the ASUS RT-AC5300 performed where it matters and it provided outstanding speeds and offered a wide coverage. Finally, the RT-AC5300 router also offers a rich list of features including two aggregated LAN ports, remote router management, cloud storage functionality, AiProtection, GameBoost, and even a free life-time subscription to WTFast GPN. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12639.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    02/27/2016

    All

    Techaward 2016 Reader's Choice

    With 48% of the votes, this is the seventh straight year ASUS has walked home with our Readers' Choice award for Best Graphics Card Brand. Once again, we think ASUS' popularity boils down to its ability to churn out a wide range of graphics cards for both NVIDIA and AMD fans. For example, we've seen Maxwell-based cards like the ASUS Strix GeForce GTX 960 2GB GDDR5, the Strix GeForce GTX 980 OC Edition, and of course, its own version of the GTX Titan X; as well as the Strix Radeon R9 370 and 380, and Strix Radeon R9 380X, for users who prefer AMD's GPU offerings. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12643.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    02/16/2016

    All

    Techaward 2016 Reader's Choice

    What most of our readers like about ASUS' graphics cards (variety, performance, reliability) also apply to the company's motherboards. For example, the company has an impressive line of Intel Z170 Skylake motherboards for high-end system builders, as well as a comprehensive line of H170 and B150 boards, with each of them further segmented into ASUS' usual Signature, The Ultimate Force (TUF), and Pro Gaming lineups. With quick support for the latest features (e.g., DDR4, USB Type-C, USB 3.1), it's no wonder why our readers love ASUS' motherboards. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12643.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    02/16/2016

    All

    Techaward 2016 Reader's Choice

    With 34% of the votes, this is the third straight year ASUS has won our Best Wireless Networking Brand award. Whether it's a modest AC1900 router or an AC2400 or AC3200 router for households with many connected devices, you can bet that the Taiwanese manufacturer has one ready in stores. And if you need a tri-band router (1 x 2.4GHz and 2 x 5GHz networks) and lots of bandwidth for each stream, the new RT-AC5300 that uses Broadcom's latest 4x4 5G Xstream platform is top drawer. D-Link is now second (19%) and Linksys third (18%). more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12643.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    02/16/2016

    All

    Techaward 2016 Reader's Choice

    With 26% of the votes, ASUS is our readers' favorite gaming monitor brand. The 2014 Swift ROG PG278Q, the world's first 27-inch WQHD G-Sync monitor with rapid 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, was highly regarded; and the company followed that up in 2015 with the PG279Q, but this time with an IPS panel. And if curved monitors are your thing, the ROG Curved is a large 34-inch curved gaming monitor with a 3,440 x 1,440-pixel resolution that also supports G-Sync. For owners of AMD cards, ASUS didn't forget you either. The TN-based MG278Q and IPS-based MG279Q are two 27-inch gaming monitors that support AMD's FreeSync tech. In second place is Samsung with 21% of the votes. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12643.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    02/16/2016

    Wearable
    ASUS VivoWatch

    3 out of 5

    Verdict: The Asus VivoWatch looks good and has plenty of features for a fitness tracker.But its overall tracking ability needs to be more accurate and consistent. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/default.jpg Straits Times
    SINGAPORE
    Straits Times
    01/27/2016

    Motherboard
    MAXIMUS VIII EXTREME

    Techaward 2016 Editor Choice

    At the end of the day, it was the ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme that impressed us the most. It topped the majority of our test benchmarks, and was always among the top two performers for the tests it didn't win. Furthermore, its blend of gaming- and enthusiast-oriented features is quite compelling as it manages to appeal quite successfully to both crowds, setting it apart from the other boards that often look like they are sacrificing one for the other. more
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/12639.jpg HardwareZone.com
    SINGAPORE
    HardwareZone.com
    01/27/2016

    RT-AC5300

    8.5 out of 10

    At $469, the ASUS RT-AC5300 is fairly pricey, but wholley justificable given its wealth of features and performance
    https://www.asus.com/images/award_logo/1332/7537.png Hardware MAG
    SINGAPORE
    Hardware MAG
    01/01/2016