Yes I know that is a bold statement to make but anyone that’s slightly interested in technology would have noticed the increasing presence of Asus products available on the market today.
While everyone focuses on the Sony’s, Samsung’s and the other major players of today’s technology battle, it is Asus that seems to come up with the products that consumers and reviewers love. ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 2020
So how would they beat Apple?
Firstly the people in their design department clearly have some good taste. They are constantly winning praise for their designs. Simplicity done beautifully is probably the best way to describe it. And to compete with Apple’s electronic eye candy they will need to create beautiful products across their complete range, from their PC’s to their new smart phone.
Their development team seem to have their heads screwed on right, too. Just take the Asus Transformer Prime, for example, considered by many as the only real competitor to the iPad. A clever tablet design, with keyboard dock, for extended battery life and easier typing.
When it comes to OS’s many may argue that Apple has its own therefore enabling them to develop their operating system in close relation to their hardware and thus having an advantage over Asus.
Although that may be true I think that Asus, on the other hand, has the freedom to pick and choose as they like between Android and Windows operating systems.
In the long run, that may even count to their advantage especially with the upcoming release of Windows 8 and resurgence of windows mobile OS. Nokia has already signed up to Windows mobile, Asus might join soon, who knows, especially now that Asus has joined in the smartphone race with their brand new Padfone.
First impressions of their smart phone, the Padfone, is positive too, winning praise once again for its simple yet beautiful design. Powered by a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon CPU and running Android 4 it’s no pushover.
Asus with their expertise in hardware and Microsoft with their