SPOTLIGHT: Taiwan manufacturer ASUS debuts smartphone

ASUS hopes to follow in the footsteps of fellow Taiwanese manufacturer HTC by launching a smartphone. The firm debuted its P527 high-end Windows Mobile GSM smart phone targeted at the enterprise user. The P527 sells for $500 to $600 online and sports a bunch of features including a touch screen, WiFi connectivity and a camera. The company doesn't have an operator deal but sells an unlocked version of the phone through Amazon and TigerDirect. Article

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