Introduced at CES 2017 in January ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom has just hit the market offering a hefty battery and awesome camera. No surprise here, as just like its predecessor, the handset focuses on photography enthusiasts. Equipped with an optical zoom the device targets all customers who want to immortalize all those precious moments spent with family and friends on their phone. As of today, the unlocked ZenFone 3 Zoom is available nationwide from major online retailers.
Unlocked ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom with outstanding battery, camera and price is now ready to buy in the US
ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe Special Edition is up for pre-order in the US with shipping scheduled for October 19th
If you’re looking for the most powerful smartphone, you can choose between Google’s Pixel XL phone, whose pricing amounts to $869, or opt for ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe Special Edition priced at $799. Although both phones feature premium aluminum unibodies and run a Snapdragon 821 processor, the latter is undoubtedly the cheaper and beefier of the two. What’s more the device is already open for pre-order with its shipping planned for October 19th.
Asus Zenwatch debuts with perfectly circular design, stunning metal frame and Android Wear software.
Smartwatches haven’t been around for quite as long as smartphones so there’s still a lot of room for innovation and improvements. There are also not so many models to choose from, but every smartphone maker wants to have at least one smartwatch in its offer and Asus is no different. Asus Zenwatch 3 just debuted at IFA with perfectly circular design, stunning metal frame and Android Wear software.
Earlier today using Taipei’s Computex show as a launch pad, Asus unveiled the next generation ZenFone smartphones. The ZenFone 3 has debuted accompanied by two other variants: Deluxe and Ultra. While the latter offers ginormous almost 7-inch screen, the former delivers package of impressive hardware. All three phones offer attractive design, solid hardware and very competitive price tag ranging from $249 to $499.
All of you who plan to get yourself more expensive ZenFone 2 powered by 4GB RAM now may have another option to think over as Asus released a new cheaper variant of the ZenFone 2 with 4GB RAM under the hood. But since nothing comes for free these days, beware as the lower price brings also downgraded parameters on the device. In order to cut down the price of the 4GB RAM model of the ZenFone 2, the Chinese manufacturer decided to reduce its internal storage space to 16GB.
Giving you a chance to buy an Android Wear smartwatch without ruining your tight budget Asus has released the ZenWatch 2. Announced back in summer, the watch now made its official appearance at the company’s IFA 2015 press conference unveiling a complete list of specs and pricing details. Being available in two size versions just like the Apple Watch or 2nd Gen Moto 360, the ZenWatch 2 comes labeled with a competitive sub-$200 price tag.
ASUS is now selling in the US the newest ZenPad S 8.0 Android tablet with killer specs and reasonable price
Electronics manufacturers make you believe that it’s impossible to make premium yet inexpensive devices to justify high prices. Asus, however, proves that it’s not necessarily true. The company set a new price-to-specs standard with its ZenFone 2 – a pretty high-end and affordable smartphone and now it’s time for tablets. Starting today, Asus is selling in the US the newest ZenPad S 8.0 Android tablet with killer specs and reasonable price.
Bigger battery means a better phone; ASUS has just introduced ZenFone Max powered by a monstrous battery
Every smartphone user wants its handset to last longer on one battery charge, because phones today are our companions on every step on our personal and professional life and there’s never a good time for them to take a nap. ASUS seems to hear our compliments and put all its efforts to make our wish come true. Today, at its special launch event in India the company unexpectedly unveiled the ZenFone Max, an Android smartphone powered by a monstrous 5,000 mAh battery that should deliver its users with extra-long power independence.
If you have been following Computex 2015 news back in early June, you might have come across the name ZenPad S 8.0. It’s Asus’ slim, sharp and light 8-inch tablet that impressed the audience at the show. Asus typically takes its time when bringing new devices to the market so we didn’t expect the slate to show up in our stores anytime soon. Well, guess what? The tablet is already on sale in the US. The ZenPad S 8.0 is up for grabs from Best Buy for just $199.99. Moreover, all order of $35 and more are eligible for free shipping, so the tablet will be delivered to you at no additional cost.
Asus announced ZenPads including ZenPad S8 with 8-inch IPS display, octa-core processor and USB Type C connector
In order not to disappoint its faithful customers and score some new ones, this year at Computex Asus brought a lot of devices to showcase. In addition to the second generation ZenWatch and ZenFone Selfie, the Taiwanese company also announced no less than four new Android tablets. Called ZenPads, all four devices belong to the new Zen family.
Asus lived up to expectations this year at Computex. The Taiwanese manufacturer showed up at the annual electronics show in Taipei with a bunch of new products to get officially and properly announced. Among the ZenFone Selfie smartphone and a bunch of new ZenPads, the company introduced ZenWatch 2 smartwatch – a successor of the last year’s ZenWatch.
Aware of the growing interest in selfies more and more mobile manufacturers compete with each other to deliver the world the most selfie-friendly phone. Asus is no exception here. Today at Computex 2015 press conference, the company unveiled the ZenFone Selfie. Said to be a budget sector offering the phone comes packed with great front optics to meet all needs of the so-called selfie generation.
We don’t see many Asus phones in this part of the world. It seems that the Taiwanese manufacturer prefers other markets and as a result US customers have very limited choice when it comes Asus-made handsets. To be more exact, the company sold only two smartphones in the US in the past – the Padfone X and Padfone X Mini. Starting today, however, a third device is joining the team. Called Asus Zenfone 2, the unlocked phone is now on sale in the US via third-party retailers.
The very first PadFone was launched in 2012 and even though it didn’t make a huge career, new generations of the phone/tablet hybrid are being released regularly. The latest model called PadFone S debuted just a few months ago, in late 2014 to be more exact, but it looks like Asus is already working on a new version of the smartphone. The new Asus PadFone S 2015 is rumored to come with a few minor updates. Let’s take a closer look what to expect.
At their CES 2015 conference ASUS announced a new line of high-end phones including the already discussed Zenfone 2 with mouth-watering 4GB RAM and the ZenFone Zoom with outstanding camera shooter. The ASUS ZenFone Zoom features great optics parameters like 10 element lenses and snapper with 3X optical zoom which makes it work like a real camera. Running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop, the ZenFone Zoom is reported to be available in the second quarter of 2015 priced at $399.
Yesterday, ASUS officially unveiled the newest addition to Zenfone lineup during their CES event. Featuring higher-end specs, the ASUS Zenfone 2 packing 4GB dual-channel RAM with budget-friendly price seems to be a serious rival to smartphones offered by HTC and LG. What’s more interesting, carrying improved camera options and a high screen-to-body ratio the Zenfone 2 is the world’s first phone to go on sale equipped with 4GB dual-channel RAM, which definitely makes the device an eye-catching offer.
Holidays are still two months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about gifts, especially if you are one of those folks who have a hard time deciding what to buy for your loved ones or for yourself. How about a cool electronic gadget this year, for example a tablet? If you don’t want to go all the way up to the top shelf and grab the new iPad, there is a vast selection of lower-end devices and ASUS has just added one more to the mix. The MeMO Pad 10 ME103K entertainment tablet has hit the market with an attractive price tag of just $199.
Asus Padfone X Mini for AT&T GoPhone Prepaid Service is now available in carrier’s stores priced at $199
If you would like to buy Asus Padfone X but your budget can afford to pay it, don’t worry since AT&T may soon put an end to your problem. The carrier is said to add the Asus Padfone X Mini to its list of offerings with the price tag of $199.99. The Asus’ combination of an Android phone and tablet will be available to GoPhone’s prepaid customers starting from October 24th.
All those thinking that Android-running, 64-bit MeMO Pad 7 tablet was the only tablet that Asus had up their sleeves during IFA 2014, were definitely flabbergasted when the company announced the VivoTab 8, a running the latest Windows 8.1 OS 8-inch slate that houses a 64-bit Intel-made processor. Unfortunately, its availability and pricing are still something of a mystery.
During the IFA 2014, the ASUS team unveiled new fashionable model 7-inch Memo Pad 7 Android tablet. The design of the new tablet focuses on color, style, thickness and weight. The Asus Memo Pad 7 puts as much of an effort into its external appearance as it does into its internal prowess so the Memo Pad 7 has been designed to resemble classy pocketbooks. The new tablet will be available in Rose Champagne, Gentle Black and Burgundy Red as this little beauty is all about fashion.