Google Reader is dead, and you’re bummed. Trust me, I feel you. However, there’s no reason to be upset, because there are a number of alternatives that have what it takes to help you forget all about Google’s ROI failure. We singled out the four best-of-the-best for Android and iOS, so let’s check them out.
The “Ultrabook” term is often associated with super-small notebooks, but ASUS is here with a model to remind us that 15.6-inch models can be included, too. We’re taking a look at the S56C, a Core i5-3317U-powered offering that includes 6GB of memory, a 24GB SSD for caching, and is built like a tank.
It might not be an Ultrabook, but for what ASUS’ VivoBook X202E offers, that might not matter. Instead of focusing on performance, ASUS has concentrated on the feature-set, overall design and the aesthetics. Then it piled on a touchscreen for good measure. Sounds good for a $500 notebook, so it’s time to see if it impresses.
I’m proud to say that I’m no longer a tablet virgin, so what better way to celebrate than to tell everyone about how magical the experience can be? Equipped with an ASUS Transformer Prime, I’ve customized, downloaded, read, played, tweaked, watched and even rooted, finally reaching the obvious fact: tablets are cool.
Have an Android device that’s quickly running out of space due to limited internal memory? Have a large collection of apps that refuse to move over to your SD card? If either of these is true, then you need to know about a simple tweak that can be done to forcibly move over many apps to your SD card – all without rooting.
|Google Reader Alternatives for Android & iOS||Rob Williams||March 15, 2013||Mobile, Software|
|ASUS S56C 15.6-inch Ultrabook Review||Rob Williams||March 1, 2013||Mobile|
|ASUS VivoBook X202E 11.6-inch Notebook Review||Rob Williams||February 6, 2013||Mobile|
|First Two Weeks with an ASUS Transformer Tablet||Rob Williams||July 27, 2012||Mobile, Staff Editorials|
|Moving Your ‘Non-Movable’ Android Apps to an SD Card||Rob Williams||December 21, 2011||External Storage, Mobile|
|ASUS G53SX 15.6-inch Gaming Notebook Review||Rob Williams||December 14, 2011||Mobile|
|ASUS G51J 3D 15.6″ Gaming Notebook||Rob Williams||March 1, 2010||Mobile|
|CES 2010: ASUS Unveils Cutting-Edge Notebook Designs||Rob Williams||January 5, 2010||Consumer Electronics Show, Mobile|
|ASUS G51Vx 15″ Gaming Notebook||Rob Williams||October 3, 2009||Mobile|
|Gateway UC7807u 13.3″ Notebook||Rob Williams||July 20, 2009||Mobile|
|HP dv2 12.1″ Ultra-Portable Notebook||Rob Williams||July 13, 2009||Mobile|
|ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Seashell Netbook||Rob Williams||June 29, 2009||Mobile|
|ASUS W90 18.4″ Notebook – A True Desktop Replacement||Rob Williams||May 15, 2009||Mobile|
|Gateway MD7826u 15.6″ Notebook||Rob Williams||April 17, 2009||Mobile|
|ASUS N50Vn 15.4″ Notebook||Rob Williams||March 2, 2009||Mobile|
|My First Netbook Experience||Rob Williams||January 4, 2009||Mobile, Staff Editorials|
|ASUS Eee PC 1000HA Netbook||Jonathan Varga-Szabo||December 16, 2008||Mobile|
|Gateway M-7818u 15.4″ Notebook||Rob Williams||December 15, 2008||Mobile|
|Smooth Creations Smoothbook Slice||Jonathan Varga-Szabo||October 27, 2008||Mobile|
|Gateway T-6836 14.1″ Notebook||Rob Williams||September 15, 2008||Mobile|
|ASUS M70Sa 17″ Multimedia Notebook||Rob Williams||July 24, 2008||Mobile|
|ASUS U6E 12.1″ Notebook||Rob Williams||June 19, 2008||Mobile|
|New ASUS Eee PC Models Arrive for 2008||Greg King||June 3, 2008||Computex, Mobile|
|Hypersonic Avenger AG2 12″ Notebook||Rob Williams||May 13, 2008||Mobile|
|ASUS M51S 15.4″ Notebook||Rob Williams||April 28, 2008||Mobile|
|Toshiba Satellite P205D-S7479||Rob Williams||December 24, 2007||Mobile|
|ASUS G1S 15.4″ Gaming Notebook||Rob Williams||October 15, 2007||Mobile|
|ASUS Lamborghini VX2||Rob Williams||May 2, 2007||Mobile|
|ASUS A8Js 14inch Widescreen Notebook||Rob Williams||March 26, 2007||Mobile|
|Twinhead Durabook D14RI||Greg King||February 9, 2007||Mobile|
|ASUS Lamborghini VX1||Rob Williams||November 7, 2006||Mobile|