Asus unveiled its Expertbook series in a live-streamed event today via its Youtube channel. With this product lineup, the Taiwanese tech giant has entered the business segment which offers laptops, desktops, all-in-ones, and mobile workstations. The press release by Asus last month said, “catering to businesses of all sizes, including microsbusiness, SMBs and large enterprise customers with its varied portfolio.”
One of the highlights of the event was the Asus Expertbook B9. The notebook weighs just 870 grams and just 14.99mm in thickness. The laptop comes with a 14-inch NanoEdge display with minimum bezels. It is backed by a 66Wh battery that can charge the laptop by 60 per cent in just 38 minutes. It uses PSR technology and can last up to 24 hours on a single charge. It is powered by up to 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor. It starts at Rs 102,228 onwards. The review of the product will be out soon.
Under the Asus Expert range there are six laptops. The Expertbook P2 starts at Rs 58,697 whereas the Expertbook P1 series starts at Rs 25,323. The Asus AiO series which offers All-in-one series which has two range starts at Rs 25,839 and Rs 58,466 respectively. There are a number of devices available under the Asus ExpertCenter range as well which starts at Rs 29,669 and Rs 55,429 for different variants.
Asus has also launched a dedicated helpline for sales and services which has been set up for Expert Series PCs. This service will have extended hours of operations between 9 AM to 9PM from Monday to Saturday. The onsite service support will also be available for Expert series. Alongside there are optional service packages as well which will provide extended warranty, accidental damage protection, priority service and hard disk retention.
NOTE: The prices mentioned above are exclusive of GST.
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