ASUS updates its vast porfolio of notebooks by bringing the 2020 versions of the ExpertBook business notebook and ProArt StudioBook professional notebook to our shores. Leading the ExpertBook line is the B9450, which is touted as the lightest business notebook ever, weighing at under 1Kg for the 66wHr variant (and an incredible 870g for the 33wHr variant). It does not scrimp on power, as the ExpertBook B9450 offers up to 10th-generation Core i7 processors, up to 2TB NVMe SSD storage (with an extra slot for an additional NVMe drive), and up to 16GB RAM.
Aside from being light, the ExpertBook B9450 is tough with its magnesium-lithium alloy. With the 66wHr variant, the ExpertBook B9450 can last for up to 24 hours on a single charge.
Pricing for the ExpertBook B9450 starts at Php 109,995 for the base model with a Core i5-10210u CPU, 8GB RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD, and 33wHr battery. If you want a fully decked out model, Php 169,995 gets you a Core i7-10510u CPU, 16GB RAM, 2GB NVMe SSD, and a 66wHr battery.
For content creators, ASUS is bringing its line of ProArt StudioBooks to the Philippines, headlined by the ProArt StudioBook One. As the most powerful laptop to date, the ProArt StudioBook One comes with a Quadro RTX 6000 GPU with a whopping 24GB GDDR6 RAM paired with a Core i9-9980HK processor. Together with a Pantone-validated 4K IPS display, 64GB RAM, and 1TB NVMe SSD storage, the ProArt StudioBook One can handle any intensive task, be it real-time 8K video editing, CAD design and simulation, and other data-intensive workloads.
Other ProArt StudioBook models coming to the Philippines include the Xeon-powered, Screenpad-equipped ProArt StudioBook Pro X, ProArt StudioBook 15/17, and ProArt StudioBook Pro 15/17.
The ProArt StudioBook starts at Php 134,995 for the ProArt StudioBook 15, all the way to Php 649,995 for the fully decked-out ProArt StudioBook One. Check out their official prices below:
Don’t forget to check out our review on the ExpertBook B9450: