Computex 2015 is right around the corner and ASUS has begun inviting members of the press to its now traditional showcase event in its native Taiwan. Previous years have seen large numbers of product announcements covering both Android and Windows, phones, tablets, laptops, and combinations of the previous three.
The invitation reads:
"Inspired by the spirit of Zen, this year we've created a diverse range of exciting innovations that will bring harmony and simplicity to people's personal and professional lives."
We already know that the Zenwatch 2 will be a part of ASUS' plans for Computex, with its Chairman pre-announcing that news on a recent earnings call. There have also been some rumblings of new, Intel powered tablets, but only time will tell.
The event will be streamed live online (links and times closer to the date) but Android Central will be there live to bring you everything from the show floor. It's going to be a good one, so be sure to join us for the ride!
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