Items tagged with WePC

It is not often that end users have the ability to offer feedback and direction to a large manufacturer regarding future product development, but that's exactly what's going on over at the WePC project website. If you're unfamiliar with the WePC project, it's a joint venture between Asus and Intel in which both companies are looking for input from members of the technology press and blogging world, and YOU. This quote from the WePC site does a great job of summarizing the projects goal..."Imagine your perfect PC. Now imagine top engineers and innovators working around the clock to make that Dream... Read more...
As the badge over on the right side of the site will attest, we here at HotHardware are partnered with the Asus / Intel sponsored WePC project website. The site was setup with the goal of connecting with tech-savvy consumers looking to provide input on future mobile PC projects."Imagine your perfect PC. Now imagine top engineers and innovators working around the clock to make that Dream PC a reality. That's the dream WePC.com is all about.ASUS and Intel have created WePC.com, a place where users like you come together to share ideas, images and inspiration about your ideal PC. But what if it's... Read more...
It is not often that end users have the ability to offer feedback and direction to a large manufacturer regarding future product development, but that's exactly what's going on over at the WePC project website. If you're unfamiliar with the WePC project, it's a joint venture between Asus and Intel in which both companies are looking for input from members of the technology press and blogging world, and readers. This quote from the WePC site does a great job of summarizing the projects goal..."Imagine your perfect PC. Now imagine top engineers and innovators working around the clock to make that... Read more...
When was the last time a major OEM reached out to you and asked for direct, personal input on what you'd like to see in an upcoming notebook or netbook product?  Chances are your response is something to the effect of "never" or not since the day they started using them fancy LCDs versus the port-hole sized monochrome tubes you were playing Leisure Suit Larry on.You might have noticed, seeing as there are just a few ad banners in rotation beckoning you to the site, that a few of us here at HotHardware.com are working in concert with Intel and Asus to offer you, our beloved tech-freak... Read more...
Over the past few months, you may have noticed that we've been participating in a collaborative initiative with Asus and Intel in an effort to bring the end user online community (you!) together with Asus design engineering and marketing teams to envision, innovate, design, and ultimately create the world's first "crowd-sourced" notebook product.  Without question this was a lofty goal, however, it wasn't necessarily surprising in terms of the outcome that we can share with you today.  When a group of creative, tech-mind individuals get together, the sky is usually the limit.Although... Read more...
Today we’re beginning to wind up our CES 2009 coverage with a look at Asus’ offerings. Asus had a plethora of new high tech gadget goodness on display, true to their usual form. First we'll jump right into video spotlight coverage of their booth and a few standout products. Then you can pour through our image galleries amongst the sea of new technology that Asus churns out like modern day Techno-Keebler Elves on a RedBull binge. Check it out...ASUS CES 2009 Highlights and The Eee Keyboard... Read more...
We simply must chalk this one up in the totally cool column.  After all, how many times have you been asked to specify your own dream product by top-tier manufacturers?  The world's first "crowd-sourced" personal computer is the vision and goal of the new Asus and Intel WEPC campaign and web site.  What are your top five must-have features for a top-of-the-line notebook?  Do you want it as powerful as you can get it, at the expense of a boat anchor weight class? Or would your rather have something lighter, nimble but still full-featured?  We here... Read more...