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Asus plans to introduce new Chromebooks, smartphones, and wearables next year to fight shrinking profits


Asus reported its quarterly earnings late last week, and alongside the news that the companys net profit dropped 26 percent year-over-year, Asus CEO Jerry Shen gave some hints about what the company might do to help turn things around. According to The Taipei Times, the company indicated it would launch its first Chromebooks next year — tentative options include an 11.6-inch model that would retail for $199 and a 13.3-inch model for $249. The company also wants to make its smartphone business a profitable priority in 2014 — we should see new models from the company at CES in January.

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