Inspired by you – Check out news, views and reviews of the latest ASUS technology to be inspired by the way you live, work and play.

Learning how people store things differently Read »

Posted February 28th, 2011 in .Inspired .Trends

In fixing my uncle’s computer, I started to think about how different people store their things.

Thunderbolts of LightPeak, very-very enlightening! Read »

Posted February 25th, 2011 in .Desired .Inspired .Trends

With this new high-speed connection, should ASUS bring back the XG Station for its laptops?

Inspirational Research for Immersive Space: A video of the future Read »

Posted January 5th, 2011 in .Inspired .What's Next

ASUS’ Design Center has created an eye-opening and revolutionary vision of the future.

Video interview with ASUS Design Center about it latest IRIS Project Read »

Posted January 4th, 2011 in .Behind the Scenes .Inspired .News

Hunter Luo, Senior Engineer at ASUS’ Design Centre talks about what the future holds for technology. is a tech playground for ASUS and Intel fans Read »

Posted November 22nd, 2010 in .Inspired .Trends

Got a point to add about a product? WePC wants to gather the collective knowledge of the crowd.

The music lover’s choice, the NX90 Read »


The ASUS NX90 is the first laptop to deliver unbeatable quality sound

ASUS release first dual-core N550 netbook in the world Read »

Posted August 24th, 2010 in .Inspired .Laptops & Netbooks .News .Trends

ASUS are the first in the world to launch a netbook boasting Intel’s N550 dual-core Atom processor. Say hello to the ASUS Eee PC 1015PEM. You’ll soon be fast friends.

Building a business requires more than just hardware Read »

Posted July 13th, 2010 in .Inspired .Laptops & Netbooks .Products .Trends

More than just the hardware is required to build a successful business.

All round input Read »

Posted July 6th, 2010 in .Blogs .Inspired .Style .Tech .Trends

The humble mouse gets a breath of fresh air with bit of restyling and rethinking.

Back to mines we go Read »

Posted March 1st, 2010 in .Blogs .Gaming .Inspired .Trends

Don’t call NASA or your local university, ASUS has a couple of classy solutions for your overheating GPU that use good old copper.