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ASUS Laptops and Netbooks

ASUS laptops and netbooks are well known for their combination of quality and value. The company produces a range of different types of desktop computers and laptops aimed at different sectors of the market, from lightweight convenient models to full on gaming machines.

Types of ASUS laptops and netbooks

ASUS laptops will have more storage capacity, so you can have your programs and files stored on the machine itself. ASUS netbooks are designed primarily for web access, so your programs and files may be stored in the cloud for access via the netbook.

ASUS Chromebooks are designed for use as a simple web access computer. They make use of Google's Chrome operating system, which allows the machines to be lightweight and thin when compared to a more conventional laptop. You may want to purchase an ASUS Chromebook netbook if you store your files in the cloud and don't need to use the more traditional office-based programs on your computer.

ASUS Zenbook laptops use the Windows operating system. They have sufficient on board memory storage to allow you to store your programs and files on the laptop itself, with hard drive memory ranging from 128Gb to 256Gb and higher. The more GB in a hard drive's memory, the more programs and files you can store on the machine.

ASUS ROG laptops are aimed at the hardcore gaming market, with their super fast processor speeds enabling you to play sophisticated video games without suffering from blocky or jerky screen action. As well as fast processors, these laptops usually have a very high level of RAM in comparison with a standard laptop, allowing for fast and convenient play of even the most advanced computer games.

About the ASUS brand

ASUS was founded in 1989 in Taiwan. Over the years they have become a large manufacturer of electronic equipment, including portable computers, with a worldwide following for their technology products.

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