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ASUS Officially Enters Enterprise Market in PH With ASUSPRO Lineup

The last piece of the puzzle for ASUS

Taiwanese brand ASUS has always had a big presence in the retail side of things, from PCs, desktops to notebooks but until now the company has always restricted their activities to the consumer market. Today that changes – the company has officially launched their new ASUSPRO lineup designed to tackle the very demanding enterprise market in the Philippines.

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Their lineup includes solutions for Education, Enterprise and Medium to Small businesses as well as Retail and Service. Each vertical has its own standout device and solution to address the unique needs of that particular market – Education, for example, needs reliable desktops that can be setup and monitored by teachers easily, as well as have small, portable projectors for more visual discussions. ASUS is positioning their S1 projector and the ASUSPRO D31MT desktop paired with their VX279H full HD monitor to achieve that.

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For enterprise solutions, mobility and durability are key factors. Mobile workers need highly durable and reliable notebooks to stand up to the rigors of everyday use. ASUS’ Pro B and P series of notebooks have all the security and mobility features of your typical enterprise notebook in a highly durable frame. Durable carbon-fiber reinforced LCD covers, spill-resistant keyboards as well as adhering to strict MIL-STD 810G military standards means that ASUSPRO notebooks are ready for what mobile workers can throw at them.

Retail-and-Service-Solutions

For the retail and service space, ASUS is positioning their dependable ASUS PRO A4320 AIO for taking orders, and recommend using their the ZenPad 7 Z370CG and ZenPad S 8.0 Z580CA as the main devices for their staff when interacting with customers.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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4 Comments

  1. Dammit! All I want is EeeBook X205TA. Why can’t we get the working and affordable windows tablet from Asus here in the Philippines?

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