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Most Asus notebooks are sold by other companies who buy them to assemble, rebadge and sell on. Asus does sell them directly too, though, and the A4700K is the first…
£1,115 inc VAT
Half a grand buys you a graphics card that's only slightly faster than the X1900 XTX, despite that card being more than £100 cheaper.
£500 inc VAT
We are approaching the third stage in the evolution of computer graphics – possibly.
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With power and frame rates flying through the roof over the past couple of years, cards have given games programmers the means to conjure up death-defying graphics.
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Employing a series of coloured lights in place of buttons, the Asus looks like it's been stolen from the set of a sci-fi show.
£362 inc VAT
The 7900GS is solid but unspectacular – it was no match for the Sapphire X1950 Pro, for example.
£136 inc VAT
Following on from the excellent PNY 320MB GeForce 8800 GTS card comes this even better version from Asus. Not only is it cheaper, but it comes with a free copy of…
£224 inc VAT
With a shiny black lid and real leather wrist rest, the £1,399 Asus U1F puts the "ultra" in ultraportable. The lightest Windows Vista laptop we've reviewed, the Asus…
£1,399 inc VAT
The Asus F3JP's modern and stylish design is similar to that of the Mesh Asus F3JC and is predominantly silver and metallic. Our review of the Asus F3JP showed it to…
£999 inc VAT
An inexpensive PC graphics card which can attain respectable framerates, the Asus EN8500GT Silent is a decent solution.
£67 inc VAT
So here it is. The launch of nVidia's heart-stopping, earth-shattering, revolutionary Asus EN8800 Ultra graphcs card.
£494 inc VAT
The Asus G2P-7R009C is a big, heavy notebook short on battery life but long on gaming muscle.
£1,900 inc VAT
The Asus W5FE 2P025E hits the elusive ultraportable laptop sweet spot.
£1,299 inc VAT
Asus' MyPal A696 satnav device is something of a triumph of style over content. In our book, this amounts to hardly a triumph at all.
£199 inc VAT
At first glance the Research Machines (RM) Asus miniBook doesn’t seem like much, it’s tiny at 22.5cm wide, 16.5cm deep and just 3.5cm high. Plus, it weighs less than 1kg.
£169 inc VAT
To PC Advisor, the ultra-small, ultra-lightweight computer remains the Holy Grail. Unfortunately, you generally still pay a premium for miniaturisation. The £220 Asus…
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The Asus GeForce EN8800 GT is the powerful but relatively low priced graphics card that today's mainstream gamers have been crying out for.
£188 inc VAT
Let's get one thing out of the way right now – if you're looking for a card to play games with, you should give the Asus ATI Radeon EAH2400 Pro a very wide birth indeed.
£26 inc VAT
Reasonably affordable, but packed with acres of speed on both DirectX 9.0 and 10.0, the Asus GeForce EN8800 GT is a versatile card you can enjoy right now. And, when…
£188 inc VAT
The Asus ATI Radeon HD 3850 Pro is a 3850 Pro-powered beauty of a graphics card from Asus.
£112 inc VAT