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Asus launched the “expert” series in Asia


Asus launches its first series of commercial PCs with 11 products ranging from Laptops, PCs, to All-in-Ones under the name “Expert” series.

After launching the “Expert” series in the American market earlier this year, Asus is all set to bring the products in the Asian market.

Asus “Expert” series: Top features

The devices are, of course, available across a wide range of prices and features. On top of that, the brand gives the buyers the ability to alter and mold their final device; to their liking.

Even so, the said set of products possesses common features to some non-Asus devices.

All of the “Expert” series PCs are tested and certified by the MIL-STD 810G military standard, ensuring reliability in all conditions. Also, it would provide safety against the day-to-day drops and falls.

The “Expert” series brings software improvements to manage the devices’ ecosystems. It will allow the user to sync other devices from a single device using the Asus Control Center.

On the other hand, the laptop devices in the “Expert” series are slim and have displays with minimized bezels, according to a report by Pokde.

The safety measures taken by Asus are not limited to its hardware. Additionally, it includes tons of security and privacy features in its PCs so users can store sensitive data on the devices without any worry.

The brand has analyzed the target audience as business professionals for its new products and has created devices that their target market would need.

The PCs and the All-in-One series are rich in ports, so one can have maximum utility out of a single system, whereas the laptops are slim and light-weight, which would make traveling a lot easier.

To ensure minimum downtime if the PC fails, the technology brand provides a full three-year global warranty on the said products, available in 83 countries.

The warranty ensures 100% free labor and spare parts so that users can take the said devices on business trips without hassle.

Pricing and availability

In a Times of India report, the cheapest laptop concerning the price is the ExpertBook P1, starting from 25,300 rupees (USD 343).

Moreover, the Aio PC and the ExpertCenter All-in-One series will start from 25,800 rupees (USD 350) and 27,400 rupees (USD 371), respectively.

All the products launched by Asus will be available via online and offline retail stores, and through official brand outlets.

Meanwhile, check out Asus’ promotional video below.

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