As regular fashion, ASUS launched a plethora of devices at their press conference just a day before Computex kicks off. Although it wasn’t as overwhelming as last year, we got to see several laptops and AIOs showcased at the event, including the world’s thinnest convertible notebook, the ASUS ZenBook Flip S. Among those devices was the ASUS ZenFone AR which was first showcased at CES 2017. The ZenFone AR is the company’s AR-enabled or supported smartphone that will allow Project Tango based applications to run on the phone. The phone is also Daydream-ready, essentially making it the first phone to have support for both Project Tango and Daydream or you could say AR and VR support (in terms of the Daydream standard set by Google). Lenovo’s Phab 2 Pro was the first phone to support Project Tango but it didn’t fulfil the standards for Daydream. We spent some time around with the ZenFone AR and here’s what we think about the device and the AR/VR applications.
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