1. Rob Williams

    In the TG Lab: ASUS Xonar DG Budget Audio Card

    When ASUS released its first Xonar audio card model in late 2007, it took the PC enthusiast community by storm. No one had expected the company to deliver a truly outstanding product, but it did, and it didn't only impress us, but audiophiles all over. Since that first launch, ASUS has...
  2. Rob Williams

    Not-So-Fun Stuff Found on Some ASUS Notebooks

    From our front-page news: I've mentioned in the past that ASUS makes some killer notebooks, and I stand by that, since almost every one I've ever touched has pleased me. What I never saw on any of the notebooks, though, were software cracks, employee résumés or internal company documents. No, I...
  3. Rob Williams

    ASUS Lamborghini VX3 Defines Mobile Luxury

    From our front-page news: I doubt it's a secret to a single person reading this that small notebooks are in, and large notebooks are for the workstation crowd, or those who don't have a desktop. The sheer ease of netbooks or light notebooks make them an ideal choice for those on the go often...
  4. Rob Williams

    ASUS P-Series AMD 690G Barebone PC

    Rory has taken a look at ASUS' 690G-based barebones rig: What if you could build a sub-$500 HTPC that was slim, fast, and capable, without the headache of picking bargain-barrel parts to accomplish your design goals? What if it had HDMI and 7.1 audio? With the help of their Pundit series, ASUS...