ExclusiveAsus is committed to building Windows 7 tablets and sees the Microsoft OS as a worthy competitor to Android and Apple's iOS.
It looks increasingly likely that Asus is set to unveil its iPad-rival, the Android-powered Asus Eee Pad, at the Computex event in Taiwan in early June.
Asus' Eee keyboard's specs have been revealed by the FCC, with the organisation publishing the machine's specs, user manual and new shots of the new Eee-branded device.
Asus is hoping that the growing Chinese and Eastern European markets will arrest a worrying decline in its profit in the increasingly competitive netbook arena.
Asus is set to release its new Eee keyboard later this summer, with the first review samples scheduled for August and the new Eee-branded device set to feature wireless streaming of high-definition content to your TV.
ExclusiveThe X-Slim is a great-looking – if costly – netbook. Can it really compete with Apple's MacBook Air?
Although it's more expensive than the majority of the Eee line, it's worth bearing in mind that the Seashell does away with many of the 'innovations' that turned the original few into -- and bear in mind we're saying this with a fair bit of hindsight -- unmanageable plastic lumps of useless.
Remember how Asus sparked the whole netbook boom by dumping DVD and CD drives from its computers to make them light and cheap? Well, that's all changing again now that the first Eee Pc with an optical drive has been revealed.
UpdatedThe laptop market has changed in recent months and it has been due to the introduction of the Asus Eee PC, which single-handedly created the low-cost mini-laptop market segment. To support this market, Intel has now released its Atom processor, designed specifically for such laptops and the MSI Wind U100 is the first machine we've seen sporting the new chip.