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Just a few days ago a report appeared online revealing that Jerry Shen, CEO of ASUS, had officially informed investors of the Taiwanese company’s plans to unveil its first ever smartwatch at the IFA consumer conference on September 3 in Berlin.

Today ASUS released its first teaser on Google+, illustrating a silhouette of a smartwatch with the quote ‘Time has been transformed and we have changed,” by Lebanese Poet, Khalil Gibran, and a caption to the left saying “something incredible is going to happen at IFA this year.”


Asus will unveil its first Android Wear smartwatch at IFA 2014 in Berlin next month. Asus CEO Jerry Shen revealed the news to investors at a conference in Taiwan, reports claim, and he promised the device will look better than competing wearables from rival companies.


ASUS has not met with great success with any of its Android or Windows powered Hybrid devices but that has never stopped the company from working on new unique Hybrid devices.

Today at Computex, it has unveiled another world’s first convergence device, a Windows hybrid laptop/tablet with a detachable Android phone that can also be converted into an Android tablet and laptop — the Transformer Book V.


The Nexus 7 just became an even greater buy in the U.K., where Google and Asus have teamed up to offer customers who pick up the 16GB model a £50 Google Play gift card at no extra cost. That’s enough to load up your new device with a whole bunch of apps, games, movies, music, and books to get you through the summer.


You could have the cheesiest chat-up lines in the world and they’re still likely to be more successful than showing a lady your new smartphone. But that’s all changed (according to AT&T), thanks to the Asus PadFone X — a phone that transforms into a tablet to help you pick up girls in the park.

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