ASUSPRO Introduces New Portfolio of Business-Centric Computers

New computers to suit your business needs

ASUSPRO updates its portfolio of business-oriented computers by introducing three new models. Its notebooks offer a slim and durable build with its magnesium alloy chassis and Military-Grade certification, while its desktop tower offers everything needed for business while remaining to be durable for rigorous daily use.

Leading the pack is the ASUSPRO B9440, which ASUS touts as the lightest 14-inch business notebook. Sporting the chassis of your typical 13-inch laptop, the B9440 comes with a 14-inch display housed in a durable magnesium alloy chassis.

The B9440 starts at Php 91,995. You get an Intel i7-8565U processor paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB NVMe SSD. You also get an Intel UHD Graphics 620 discrete GPU, along with a suite of ports that include two USB-C 3.1 ports, SDXC port, headphone out, and combo audio jack and a 48Whr battery that can last up to 10 hours on a single charge.


Next up is the ASUSPRO P3540, which claims to be the lightest 15-inch notebook. Aside from slim NanoEdge bezels, the P3540’s key feature is its battery life—ASUS claims that its 70WHr battery can last up to 16 hours on a single charge, ensuring that you stay productive on the go without worrying about battery life.

The P3540 is priced at Php 42,995. You get an Intel i3-8145U processor paired with 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, and an Intel UHD Graphics 620 discrete GPU. You get a full suite of ports that include two USB-C 3.1 ports, one USB-A 3.1 port, SDXC card reader, RJ45 jack, VGA port, HDMI port, headphone out, and combo audio jack.


For its desktop line, ASUSPRO adds the D640 tower. ASUSPRO’s latest tower sports all the essential ports needed by businesses—including the good ‘ol PS/2 port should you want to use a durable mechanical keyboard with the D640.

The D640 has the oomph you’d expect in a desktop: you get an Intel i7-8700 processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 256GB NMVe SSD, and an NVIDIA GTX 1060 discrete GPU. The D640 is priced at Php 90,995.

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  1. What about the chassis of the P3540? Is it also some sort of alloy or is it plastics? And what about the display technology? TN or IPS?

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