ASUS has been very busy last couple of months. After announcing the ZenFone 2 last April, the Taiwan tech giant unveiled new variants this August. Among them is the ZenFone 2 Laser. Instead of an Intel processor, this one comes with a Qualcomm chipset and an affordable price tag.
I recently purchased a 13 inch 128GB MacBook Air a few months ago (my first foray into OS X) and only recently did I feel the internal storage was not enough. To begin with, you get to enjoy less than that because part of it is allocated to OS X and installed apps. When the movies and pictures started piling up, I quickly realized that I need more space.
Everyone was in awe when the ASUS ZenFone 2 was announced in Indonesia and then in the Philippines. It was the star of the show, but it wasn’t the only thing ASUS showed fans and tech enthusiasts alike. The Taiwan electronics giant had a slew of accessories they showcased that day, and among them was the ZenPower, a small powerbank with a 10,050 mAh capacity.
We were in attendance when the ZenFone 2 was launched in Indonesia and here in the Philippines. It is, without a doubt, one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of the year. And why wouldn’t it? It has a great camera, a fast processor and lots of RAM. But most importantly, it was reasonably priced.