Thursday the 21st of February saw the top brass of Asus East EMEA PC and Gaming introduce a number of PC to the Kenyan market. In a media briefing at the Norfolk Hotel, PC & Gaming General Manage, Benjamin Yeh, Regional Head, Bora Aras and Business Development Manager for East & West Africa, Simplice Zaongo painted a picture of the future for Asus in Africa as well as introduces some of the latest cutting-edge technology PCs Asus plans to introduce to the market.
Of key focus was to us was the gaming PC range. Asus announced that they would be shifting focus from the traditional Republic of Gamers (ROG) PC and instead introduce the T.U.F (The Ultimate Force) Gaming machine with prospects of the ROG making a comeback later on.
The new range of PC include some improvements especially in reduced size that is attributed to the Nano bezel design which means that consumers will benefit from a larger surface area of screen. The machine is also military grade, this is according to Ivan Besskyi from Technical PR.
The TUF Gaming machines shall retail for approximately Ksh. 179,990 or $1,800 and will be available as from April. Consumers can purchase and find support for the TUF Gaming line as well as benefit from a 1-year warranty that is valid in 83 countries across the world, something that we are sure comes as good news to gamers in Kenya.