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International computer and electronics manufacturer ASUS claims that following the epidemic, it has gradually reactivated its presence in Nigeria and that this time, it is primarily focused at the top table of the digital market.

As a result, it has released two distinctive devices to the market: the ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED and Zenbook 17-Fold.

ASUS revealed the strategy to the media in Lagos today and claimed that the products checked all the boxes for upwardly mobile people who need robust products to distinguish themselves.

According to ASUS, the two products will tenaciously uphold its illustrious legacy of developing cutting-edge technologies for anyone to enjoy.

Simplice Zaongo, Country Manager, ASUS English Speaking Africa, asserted that innovation is ASUS' second name, which accounts for the company's astounding 57,156 accolades from the most esteemed international organizations and media organizations worldwide.

Each prize, according to him, "testifies to our relentless quest to develop solutions intended for the benefit of everyone."

In addition to dominating the consumer notebook industry in Asia-Pacific and Eastern Europe, according to Zaongo, ASUS gaming notebooks also hold the largest market share globally.

Adeola Odeleye, the marketing manager for ASUS in Nigeria, agreed with Zanogo and joked that this family would subsequently meet twice a year. She claims that "ASUS is passionate about technology and innovation. To make everyone's digital life simple and pleasurable, we dream, dare, and work hard. We strive to give the extraordinary in all we do, and we are constantly looking for amazing ideas and experiences.

Three well-known Nigerian wholesalers have already agreed to distribute ASUS products. They are TD Africa, Mitsumi Distribution, and Coscharis Technologies.

To offer top-notch after-sales service, ASUS has also established five service centers in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Enugu.

Source: Vanguardngr

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