ASUS today announced that its first Social Return on Investment (SROI) report has been approved and certified by Social Value International, a global network specializing in social impact and value. This makes it the first consumer technology company in Asia to receive this certification, with Social Value International Senior Researcher Adam Richards scheduled to present ASUS Chief Sustainability Officer Sandy Wei with the certification in March.
ASUS today announced the VivoMini VC66 Series, a range of high-performance mini PCs designed for a wide range of computing tasks for the home or office. They are powered by desktop-grade 7th Generation Intel® Core™ (Kaby Lake) processors with DDR4 RAM. They feature a triple-storage design that can accommodate one M.2 solid state drive (SSD) plus two 2.5-inch SSDs or hard disk drives (HDDs).
ASUS today announced ZenBook UX430 and UX530, sophisticated, elegant and stylish thin-and-light laptops with large slim-bezel displays in an ultra-compact form factor. These exciting new models offer the productivity benefits of larger displays without the usual size and bulk penalty. They are also the thinnest-ever ZenBook models to feature high-performance discrete graphics.
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today announced that Team izakOOO are the winners of the ROG Join the Republic Community Challenge Grand Final held at the Dreamhack Monster Studios in Stockholm, Sweden on 5th-8th January, 2017. Team izakOOO, led by Polish pro-gamer Piotr ‘IzakOOO' Skowyrski, were crowned champions after defeating Team Maikelele from Sweden 16-13 in the first game, and 16-8 in the second game of the Grand Final. The match-up was watched by 170,000 viewers on the ASUS ROG Twitch c
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today announced GR8 II, a 4-liter gaming PC with full gaming desktop performance to cater to any gamer's requirements. It is currently the world's smallest gaming PC that is designed for VR, and has the most advanced graphics in its class with full-size custom ASUS GeForce® GTX 1060 desktop-grade graphics. It is powered by up to a 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 (‘Kaby Lake') desktop-grade 65W processor and 32GB of DDR4 memory, and can run the latest AAA gaming
ASUS today announced that the ASUS G11 gaming desktop is now available with the latest 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processors. This gives G11 the processing performance required to run the latest games smoothly at the highest graphics settings. G11 can be specified with up to an NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 graphics card, which delivers up to three times (3x) the performance of previous generation NVIDIA graphics cards. In addition, G11 features the exclusive ASUS Aegis III gaming utility for easy
ASUS today announced that it has won a tender to supply the Volkswagen Group, headquartered in Germany, with 210,000 monitors over the next three years. This massive order will see ASUS provide the Volkswagen Group with 19-, 22- and 24-inch LCD monitors as it upgrades its production plants and offices worldwide.
ASUS today announced at a press event in Taipei that the Mandarin edition of Zenbo — the first ASUS robot designed to provide assistance, entertainment, and companionship to families — will be available for pre-order in Taiwan from 1st January, 2017. The press event opened with a chorus of 10 Zenbo robots performing onstage, singing holiday songs for the audience.
ASUS today announced Xonar U7 MKII, a high-quality USB sound card and headphone amplifier. The compact Xonar U7 MKII is an upgraded version of the acclaimed Xonar U7 and features true 7.1-channel,192kHz/24-bit high-definition (HD) surround-sound output for incredible audio performance. Xonar U7 MKII comes with ASUS Sonic Studio, a software utility with an intuitive single-screen interface that provides complete control over a wide range of audio features, and Sonic Radar Pro, a feature for gamer
ASUS today announced that it will Outshine the Competition with Aura Sync, the world's first RGB-lighting-synchronization feature that is compatible with a broad range of PC components and peripherals, from motherboards and graphics cards to keyboards and mice — including many developed by popular third-party hardware manufacturers.