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Got this on Oct. 5th because I couldn't wait for the iPadMini (+_+) My AU smartphone and the software i bought at the same time with my Google account are both equally amazing! I can use iTunes and ...Read more reviews

  • Rating : 5.0
  • Review by Japanese user
  • Date : Oct 16, 2012

I was using MSI Enjoy 71 for one week, but I couldn't use it. This model was expensive, but it has a great performance. I haven't tried the HDMI output, but it's perfect on every part.

  • Rating : 5.0
  • Review by Japanese user
  • Date : Sep 7, 2013

[Good] the best tablet yet the chipest of them all, nexus 7 2nd gen is the most chipest yet the smartest and the specs boost like a champion, it even beat the ipad and it cost a lot more higher that ...Read more reviews

  • Rating : 4.3
  • Review by junjun
  • Date : Mar 25, 2014

Latest topics in the Tablets Forum


Windows 8 na tab?

Totoo ba talaga na Windows 8 ito,hindi kasi ako makapaniwala na may windows 8 na sa tablet,kaya ba nitong magsave ng malalaking files?Pwede bang gumawa dito ng microsoft office like powerpoint?

  • Last updated : Apr 13, 2014
  • Posted by Star
  • Replies of This topic : 3 Replies

Haija Pillado

Pwede ba palitan ng cam to?

Sobrang labo ng camera kasi nito,kaya gusto ko sana na palitan,pwde ba to palitan ng camera kasi sabi ng technician pwede dw bili nlng daw ako ng bagong cam na compatible dito..Meron po bang mabibili na cam sa Tab?

  • Last updated : Mar 16, 2014
  • Posted by Haija Pillado
  • Replies of This topic : 3 Replies

Jeffrey Y. Wong

cherry mobile fusion storm tablet

guys any help stuck up sa fusion storm logo ang tablet ko.pano ko ma reset to?

  • Last updated : Feb 20, 2014
  • Posted by Jeffrey Y. Wong
  • Replies of This topic : 4 Replies

About ASUS

The History of ASUS

ASUSTek Compouter Inc., as known as ASUS headquartered in Beitou District, Taipei in Taiwan. ASUS was established by T.H. Tung, Ted Hsu, Wayne Heieh and M.T. Liao in Taipei in 1989. The name ASUS originates from Pegasus and only last four letters were used because they meant strength, creative spirit and purity that symbolized by this Greek mythical creature.

At the very first, ASUS started their business as a company offering consultancy services to motherboard manufacturers in a small apartment in Taipei. ASUS started to produce 486 motherboard design without having access to a 486 processor because when Intel had announced 486 processor at the beginning of 1989, the chip was not so familiar in Taiwan. It was extremely hard thing to accomplished but end of 1989, the fist ASUS 486 motherboard was completed. But there was also the problem, which was ASUS did not have a 486 processor so they needed to contact with Intel in Taiwan. Finally, ASUS Intel lend their hand to help because after they moved headquarters in Taiwan, ASUS tried so hard working and made very good impression so that Intel agreed and allowed to test their 486 processor on ASUS board. When they plugged into the motherboard, it worked perfectly. From this time, ASUS made a good partnership with Intel, and that would be the world’s leading motherboard manufacturer. By 2008, ASUS sold over 24 million means, one in every three PCs uses an ASUS motherboard.

In September 2005 ASUS announced the first PhysX accelerator card, and they released LCD TV TLW32001 model in December 2005 and in January 2006, they had cooperate with Lamborghini in order to develop the VX series. On 9 December 2008, ASUS had announced of the Open Handset Alliance and ASUS became one of the organizations of 14 new members. In December 2010, Asus released the world’s thinnest notebook named ASUS U36 and in January 2013, they officially ended producing Eee PC series because consumers switching to tablets and Ultrabooks so the sales declined.

News of ASUS

ASUS had appeared in BusinessWeek’s “Info Tech 100” and “Asia’s Top 10 IT Companies” in 2009 and ASUS became one of the best Asian tech corporations at then. TheVivoBook from ASUS is currently number one notebook in the world and in the Philippines as well. The VivoBook is available in 11.6 inches, 14.1 inches and 15.6 inches sizes ranging from Php 20,995 to Php36,995. The OS System is Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro, CPU are Intel Core i7-3517U, Intel Core i5-3317U, Intel Core i3-3217U, Intel Core i3-2365, Intel ULV Pentium 987, and Intel ULV Celeron 847. The Chipset uses Mobile Intel HM76 Express Chipsets and the memory is DDR3 1600 MHz, 2G and 4G on board. The storage is 320GB and 500GB for HDD with 5400rpm, and 24G cashe for SSD. The display is 14 inches wide 16:9 HD, and the resolution is 1366x768 with LED Backlight. Its graphics are Intel HD Graphics 4000 (i3-3217 / i5-3317 / i7-3517), Intel HD Graphics 3000 (i3-2365), and Intel HD Grahics (Pentium 987 / Celeron 847). It has HD web camera and the connectivity is 10 / 100 / 1000 Base T and Integarated 802.11b/g/n. It does not have Optical Drive and the Dimension is 33.9 x 23.9 x 2.1cm and the weight is 1.8kg.

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