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ASUS Philippines Laptop Price List

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Here are the latest prices of ASUS laptops in the Philippines. The laptops in this price list includes the ROG/TUF gaming series, ExpertBook, Zenbook, Vivobook, X-series and the E-series. We listed the devices according to their series and price range.

Last update: November 2, 2019

ROG / TUF Gaming

Laptops above PhP 200,000

Laptops from PhP 150,000 to PhP 200,000

  • ROG Zephyrus S GX531GXR (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + RTX 2080; 24GB / 1TB SSD) — PhP 199,995
  • ROG Zephyrus S GX70 (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + RTX 2070; 16GB/ 1TB SSD) — PhP 169,995
  • ROG STRIX G531GW (15.6″ FHD; i9-9880H + RTX 2070; 16GB / 1TB SSD) — PhP 169,995
  • ROG Zephyrus S GX502GW (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + RTX 2070; 16GB / 1TB SSD) — PhP 159,995
  • ROG STRIX G731GW Scar / Hero (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + RTX 2070; 16GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 154,995

Laptops from PhP 100,000 to PhP 150,000

Laptops from PhP 50,000 to PhP 100,000

  • ROG STRIX G G731GV (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 2060; 16GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 104,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GV (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 2060; 16GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 99,995
  • ROG STRIX G G731GU (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 95,995
  • ROG STRIX G G731GU (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 94,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GU (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 90,995
  • ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 1660; 16GB / 512GB) — PhP 84,995
  • ROG STRIX G G731GT (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 84,995
  • ROG STRIX G G731GT (17.3″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 81,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GT (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 79,995
  • TUF GAMING FX505DV (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 2060; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 79,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GT (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 77,995
  • TUF GAMING FX705DU (17.3″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 74,995
  • TUF GAMING FX705DU (17.3″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 71,995
  • TUF GAMING FX505DU (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 71,995
  • TUF GAMING FX505DU (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 1660Ti; 8GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 71,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GT (15.6″ FHD; i5-9300H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 69,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GT (15.6″ FHD; i5-9300H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 256SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 67,995
  • TUF GAMING FX505DT (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 3750H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 56,995
  • ROG STRIX G G531GD (15.6″ FHD; i5-9300H + GTX 1050; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 55,995

Laptops below PhP 50,000

  • TUF GAMING FX505DT (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 5 3550H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • TUF GAMING FX505DD (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 5 3550H + GTX 1050; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 45,995
  • TUF GAMING FX505DY (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 5 3550H + Radeon RX560X; 4GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 41,995

ExpertBook

Laptops above PhP 50,000

  • ExpertBook P5440UF (14″ FHD; i5-8250U + MX130; 16GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 72,995
  • P1440FA (14″ FHD; i7-8565U; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 59,995
  • P1440FA (14″ FHD; i7-8565U; 8GB / 1TB SSD) — PhP 55,995

Laptops below PhP 50,000

  • P1440FA (14″ HD; i5-8265U; 8GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 46,995
  • ExpertBook P3540 (15.6″ HD; i3-8145U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 42,995
  • P1440UA (14″ HD; i3-8130U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 39,995

Zenbook / Vivobook / X-series / E-series

Laptops from PhP 100,000 to PhP 200,000

Laptops from PhP 90,000 to PhP 100,000

Laptops from PhP 80,000 to PhP 90,000

Laptops from PhP 70,000 to PhP 80,000

Laptops from PhP 60,000 to PhP 70,000

  • ZenBook 14 UX334FL (14″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 16GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 69,995
  • ZenBook 13 UX334FL (13″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 16GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 69,995
  • ZenBook 14 UX334FL (14″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 66,995
  • ZenBook 13 UX334FL (13″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 66,995
  • VivoBook S15 S531FL (15.6″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 60,995

Laptops from PhP 50,000 to PhP 60,000

  • ZenBook 14 UX334FL (14″ FHD; i5-8265U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 59,995
  • ZenBook 13 UX334FL (13.3″ FHD; i5-8265U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 59,995
  • VivoBook S15 S531FL (15.6″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 56,995
  • ZenBook 14 UX431FA (14″ FHD; i5-8265U; 8GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 54,995
  • ZenBook 14 UX433FN (14″ FHD; i5-8265U; 8GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 54,995
  • VivoBook 14 X412FL (14″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 4GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 51,995

Laptops from PhP 40,000 to PhP 50,000

  • Gaming X571GT (15″ FHD; i5-9300H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • VivoBook S15 S531FL (15.6″ FHD; i5-8265U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • VivoBook S14 S431FL (14″ FHD; i5-8265U + MX250; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • VivoBook 14 X412FL  (14″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 4GB / 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • X409FJ (14″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 45,995
  • Gaming X571GD (15″ FHD; i5-9300H + GTX 1050; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 43,995
  • VivoBook 14 X412FL (14″ FHD; i5-8265U + MX250; 4GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 42,995

Laptops from PhP 30,000 to PhP 40,000

  • X409FL (14″ FHD; i5-8265U + MX250; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 39,995
  • Gaming X570ZD (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 5 2500U + GTX 1050; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 37,995
  • X409FJ (14″ HD / 15.6″ HD; i5-8265U + MX230; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 36,995
  • VivoBook Flip 14 TP412FA (14″ FHD; i3-8145U; 4GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 34,995
  • VivoBook 14 X412FJ (14″ HD; i3-8145U + MX230; 4GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 32,995
  • X409FJ (14″ HD / 15.6″ HD; i3-8145U + MX230; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 31,995

Laptops from PhP 20,000 to PhP 30,000

  • X409FA (14″ HD / 15.6″ HD; i3-8145U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 27,995
  • VivoBook 14 X412UB (14″ HD; Pentium Gold 4417U + MX110; 4GB / 128GB SSD) — PhP 24,995

Laptops below PhP 20,000

  • X407UA (14″ HD; Pentium Gold 4417U; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 19,995
  • X407MA (14″ HD; Celeron N4100; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 17,995
  • E203MAH (11.6″ HD; Celeron N4000; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 15,995
  • E406SA (14″ HD; Atom E8000; 4GB / 64GB eMMC) — PhP 14,495

These laptops are available at all ASUS Concept Stores and resellers nationwide. For more details, check out ASUS PH’s website, Facebook, and Twitter page.

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Lenovo unveils new Eyesafe-certified ThinkVision monitors

For those who wish to manage their screen time while working

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For those working from home, you often find yourselves glued to your screens for more than eight hours a day. Whether it’s your work laptop or your phone, you proceed to work on your tasks or scroll through social media through a screen. Of course, if you do it for too long, it has the potential to damage your eyesight in the long run. Now, Lenovo unveiled a new set of displays that might just help you address that.

The company has launched its latest ThinkVision monitors that are now Eyesafe-certified. In essence, both monitors come with technologies designed to ease off the harmful blue light emitted from the display. Furthermore, they received a TUV Rheinland Eye Comfort certification to ensure maximum eye comfort and protection.

Also, these two monitors — the ThinkVision T24i-2L and ThinkVision T27h-2L — come with color accurate displays and phone holders on the base.

For the ThinkVision T24i-2L, it comes with a 24-inch FHD display with flexible connectivity options for all kinds of devices. Meanwhile, the ThinkVision T27h-AL comes with a 27-inch QHD display for a much larger workspace.

These monitors are now available for the price of PhP 8,850 (ThinkVision T24i-2L) and PhP 15,499 (ThinkVision T27h-2L). You will find these through Lenovo’s authorized partner sellers.

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All new iMac with M1 chip, 4.5K Retina display now official

Long overdue update!

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The iMac has remained largely untouched for what felt like forever. Now, the curse appears to have been lifted as Apple finally introduces the new iMac that’s powered by the M1 chip and has a 4.5K Retina display.

What’s up with the M1 chip?

Well, it’s only Apple’s latest and greatest chip for their MacOS machines. It brings forth a leap in power, performance, and efficiency previously unheard of in MacBooks and iMacs of the past. Some performance improvements include a faster more fluid overall feel, no slowdown despite opening hundreds of tabs on Safari, smoother image editing, and a better Apple Arcade experience.

For a full breakdown of the performance improvement, watch this M1 MacBook Air review.

That display tho

24 inches. 4.5K Retina. 11.3 million pixels. P3 wide color gamut and over a billion colors. 500 nits of brightness. Put them all together and what you get is a computer display that will be a blessing to your eyes.

Apple is promising vivid and brilliant images with a color temperature that adjusts to your environment thanks to True Tone tech. Sweet.

OMG those colors

This one’s a nice callback to the iMacs of old that didn’t shy away from a splash of color. From a singular choice of Silver (which is still available, by the way), Apple is now also giving us the following color options: Green, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Purple, and Blue.

Could a PRODUCT (RED) option be in the horizon? We don’t know yet, but we also wouldn’t completely rule it out.

Cameras, mics, and speakers

You’ll likely attend a few more video conferences as we navigate this new normal setup most of us are in. You’ll be happy to know that the all new iMac now has a 1080p FaceTime HD Camera. FINALLY.

Supporting the brand spanking new HD camera is what Apple claims to be a studio-quality three-microphone array and six-speaker sound system with Dolby Atmos.

What else is here?

You get two Thunderbolt ports for fast data transfers and support for up to 6K displays. The 8-core iMac models have two more USB-C ports.

TouchID also comes to the iMac with the color-matching Magic Keyboard. The Magic Mouse and Magic TrackPad are also available in colors that match the iMac. You can also buy more than one and mix the colors up. You do you.

Price and availability

The new 24-inch iMac is available to order beginning Friday, April 30. It will begin arriving to customers and be available in select Apple Store locations and through Apple Authorized Resellers beginning in the second half of May.

Available on apple.com, apple.com/sg, and in the Apple Store app

iMac with 7-core GPU is available in green, pink, blue, and silver. It features an 8-core CPU, 8GB of unified memory, 256GB SSD, two Thunderbolt ports, Magic Keyboard, and Magic Mouse.

  • US: Starts at US$ 1,299 and US$1,249 for education
  • Singapore: Starts at SG$ 1,849 and SG$ 1,779 for education

iMac with 8-core GPU is available in green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver. It features an 8-core CPU, 8GB of unified memory, 256GB SSD, two Thunderbolt ports, two additional USB 3 ports, Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, Magic Mouse, and Ethernet.

  • US: Starts at US$ 1,499 and US$1,399 for education
  • Singapore: Starts at SG$ 2,149 and SG$ 2,009 for education
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The global chip shortage could last till 2023

Put your plans for a PC build on hold!

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The Coronavirus pandemic prompted everybody to leave the “normal” behind and adopt a completely new lifestyle. With everyone moving to the work-from-home model, the demand for new computers, phones, and other gadgets skyrocketed, bringing another crisis to our doorstep — global chip shortage.

The world’s largest chipmaker TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company), announced its quarterly results this week, posting a profit of almost US$ 5 billion. This marks a 19 percent rise in profit when compared to the previous quarter. The announcement is good news for the investors, but it also highlights how long the shortage will continue.

TSMC CEO C.C. Wei said that the company hopes to offer more capacity and meet the demand by 2023. That’s two years away. And that’s after gearing up to spend a whopping US$ 100 billion in the next three years to ramp up production.

American chipmaker Intel has been plagued with production issues for the last few years and recently disclosed that it would spend US$ 20 billion to set up two new facilities in Arizona, US. However, these production sites take time to come up and can’t be just switched on in a few months.

Things aren’t looking good

Even Nvidia isn’t very optimistic about a recovery from the chip shortage anytime soon. “Overall demand remains very strong and continues to exceed supply while our channel inventories remain quite lean,” the company said in its press release. “We expect demand to continue to exceed supply for much of this year.”

Nvidia also has a brand new challenge — the demand for GPUs has skyrocketed ever since Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies started their bullish run in 2020. Cryptocurrency evangelists are constantly on the lookout for new gear, further amplifying the chip shortage.

The current state of component availability looks grim, affecting everything from the availability of new graphics cards to processors to next-gen PlayStations and Xboxes. The ripple effects of the shortage are being felt by every technology company, including giants like Apple.

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