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Hands-on review: Asus UX305
I was pleasantly surprised by Asus’s latest mid-range offering, the Zenbook UX305, which offers a surprisingly solid build and bang per buck value.
Hands-on review: ASUS STRIX Radeon R9 390X 8GB
This is truly a gamers graphics card, and one built with the future in mind. It’s certainly made me think again about my choice of GPU.
Product Review: Asus GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition
NetGuide’s gaming writer, Darren Price takes a detailed look at the reasonably-priced Asus GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition graphics card
Attention ASUS New Zealand Channel Partners
Over recent quarters ASUS has been continuing the process of building its local presence within the New Zealand market.
Hands on review: ASUSTOR AS-5104T NAS
With a vast array of NASs hitting the market, does the ASUSTOR AS-5104T provide a difference to the normal slow clunky restricted devices?
Hands on review: Asus ZenWatch
The first crop of Android wear smartwatches were somewhat underwhelming. Since then all things design-wise with Android wear seems to have improved...
Tablet sales continue to decline, but it's not all bad news
Despite slumping tablet sales, industry analysts IDC say there are growth areas materialising.
Going down: NZ PC shipments slump in Q1
PC shipments in New Zealand slumped in Q1, with exchange rates one of the key factors – and the months ahead aren’t looking much better.
Hands on Review: Asus TF103C Convertible Tablet
The only certainty with the personal computing market is change. Pat Pilcher's review on the Asus TF103C Convertible Tablet
Tablet market falls for the first time ever
Samsung's struggles continue as low-cost vendors are quickly proving that mid- to high-priced Android tablets simply aren't cut out for today's tablet market
IDC report shows back to school promos and US appetite boost worldwide tablet market
The worldwide tablet market has grown 11.5% year over year in the third quarter, according to IDC
Review: Asus Memo Pad 7
There’s definitely no shortage of affordable Android tablets. There’s a heap of el-cheapo kamakuza-brand X models. So when asked to check out Asus’s Memo Pad 7, I was a more than a little curious to see how Asus stacked up in the ultra crowded and competitive android tablet market.
Review: Asustor 604T NAS
Who'd have thought that having a way of storing/retrieving data over your home network would become so critical for so many?
Synnex NZ eyes corporate growth, cloud...
"Sometimes it's better to do it right the first time and not be afraid of watching and learning from others."
Review: ASUS DSL-N66U
The ASUS DSL-N66U (no fancy names here) lands at about the same price as Netgear’s Nighthawk but is a hell of a lot less flashy and much more industrial - does this mean it works like a machine?
Review: ASUS N750 Laptop
Asus have released the N750, 17.3 inches of glorious screen real estate wrapped in a sleek metal body, ready for pretty much anything you can throw at it?
The business enabler: Tablet PCs and SMB…
David McKean, Asus New Zealand sales manager, takes a look at the benefits and challenges posed by tablets for SMBs.
New tablet phase ahead as vendors claw back Apple / Samsung dominance
"Until recently, Apple, and to a lesser extent Samsung, have been sitting at the top of the market, minimally impacted by the progress from competitors."
"Pockets of optimism" emerge from ANZ PC market...
"There are pockets of optimism coming from mature markets like ANZ, Singapore, and Hong Kong, where the smartphones and tablets near saturation."
Asus advances as others retreat
"There's an opportunity with Sony and Samsung pulling out of that space. We're hoping we can slot in nicely in the market."
Lenovo leads the way as PC market lives to fight another day
"The better than expected results seem to arise from two places..."
$100 mil and climbing for Synnex New Zealand
Synnex New Zealand has surpassed $100 million in revenue, with promises of another record year ahead.
Industry feels the heat as tablet market misses a beat
Experts forecast an even more challenging year ahead for the category...
Lexmark makes NZ channel play with global IT parts supplier
"We see this new partnership as a positive step towards a strong relationship between our two companies in Australia and New Zealand."