PCMag reviews the ASUS W5fe. What sets this model apart from the others is that it sports an external display that has its own power switch, a 4-way directional pad w/central selector button, and a menu button. For those who haven’t already seen, check out a video preview after the jump. Here’s the bottom line:

There’s a shortage of downloadable gadgets right now, and the technology still needs some fine tuning, but I’m thinking forward. iTunes and Skype, not to mention live TV, games, and movies—the possibilities are endless with SideShow. It’s the perfect companion for busy travelers who don’t have the time to power up their laptop

[via engadget]

PCMag reviews the ASUS W5fe. What sets this model apart from the others is that it sports an external display that has its own power switch, a 4-way directional pad w/central selector button, and a menu button. For those who haven’t already seen, check out a video preview after the jump. Here’s the bottom line:

There’s a shortage of downloadable gadgets right now, and the technology still needs some fine tuning, but I’m thinking forward. iTunes and Skype, not to mention live TV, games, and movies—the possibilities are endless with SideShow. It’s the perfect companion for busy travelers who don’t have the time to power up their laptop

[via engadget]