Asus unveiled a docking monitor that’s designed for use with its PadFone at Computex 2012. The display uses an IPS panel and has a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels so that the aspect ratio comes out at 16:10. There are also HDMI, VGA, DVI and four USB 3.0 ports in case you want to use it as a standalone monitor.
Asus had earlier shown off its Xtion Pro and Wavi Xtion motion sensors at CES this year, and now now they’re already up with another updated model called as Xtion Pro Live. It will obviously favor both Windows and Linux-driven machines but also with that it will gel well with the original’s IR (infra-red) and depth sensors with a VGA webcam that kind of looks like Kinect. There is also a pair of microphones will make the whole package at $300 worth but it promises to deliver the ultimate gaming experience for that price tag.
Although in the past, the collaboration between Microsoft and Asus have created products that have not always met the expectations of the producer, the giant Taiwanese would still planning to ride the wave of new Windows smartphone with providing the design of the new operating system of the giant Redmond. It’s still rumors, but no details confirmed I wonder if the wedding fair features the two companies in the desktop and notebook, not posing replicated to the mobile sector.