As an Asus Ultrabook user for 2 years I’ll readily recommend Asus whenever anyone asked me for notebook options. My Asus Ultrabook has never failed me though I’m not exactly the gentlest of users.
I travel often, I used it for 15 hours a day as my primary workhorse and I carry it wherever I go. And so far (touch wood!) it has been reliable with no lag in performance nor have I experienced any software issues.
At the recent Asus ‘We Transform’ event in Mid Valley, I drooled over the new range of laptops and ultrabooks. Some came with red keyboard (yes, I’m a sucker for coloured gadgets) and most of them are touch screen enabled with Windows 8.
I’m still wary of Windows 8, but Asus has kept up with times and ensured the necessary latest updates in their notebooks.
At the same event, Asus showcased its current and upcoming innovations which includes entry-level tablet MeMO Pad HD7, value touch VivoBook S500 Series, new multimedia-optimised N Series notebooks and new A Series notebooks.
Tech geeks were seen drooling over the long-awaited PadFone Infinity, powered by Intel Atom, as well as ASUS’s first 6-inch phablet the Fonepad Note FHD 6.
Last but not least, all of us couldn’t keep our hands off the Nexus 7. ASUS had revealed that the much-awaited Android tablet will be coming to Malaysian shores mid-November, hopefully not priced much higher than what it is in the US.
Well, I’m happy with my Asus ultrabook so far. I loved the Asus Taichi too. Perhaps Windows 8 is next for me? Or the Nexus 7! 😀
PS: Thanks VernonChan.com for the pictures!