Need a Laptop, Tablet or Desktop that is quality, affordable, reliable and innovative in design then visit USP Computer Shop. USP Computer Shop located within the heart of the University of South Pacific Laucala Campus offers range of Asus Laptops, Desktops, and Tablets a brand which is number one in Asia and gaining momentum around the globe.
Whether you are student, home office operator or a professional, USP Computer Shop is the place to visit. USP Computer Shop along Asus Inc. are offering deals on Laptops and customers can win one or more of the 26 prizes at stake.
USP Computer Shop just brought in 10.1" Asus Transformer which comes with a docking station, has battery life of 10 hours and when connected with docking station it provides a total of 15 hours battery life. Robert Hemi, Manager of USP Book Centre showing the Asus Transformer says it has 3G capabilities which means you can roam around and browse internet, access your emails, watch movies online, listen to music via You Tube and it only costs $1600.
For Customers who don't have that upfront cash, USP Computer Shop has joined hands with Home Finance Company (HFC) to assist those needy customers with easy credit terms with interest charges based on reducing balance.
When it comes to service, USP Computer Shop is an authorized service provider and has technicians who are fully trained by Asus Inc., therefore providing reliable and competent service.
Move Over Samsung, Asus Is The Tablet Golden Child
In the tablet sphere, it's Asus-not Samsung-that is the company to keep an eye on.
When Apple launched the first iPad, it breathed life into a category that was presumed dead. As it quickly gained a large portion of the market, rivalling manufacturers scurried to design and produce their own tablet iteration, but Asus was the only company to truly innovate upon the form.
The first Transformer was an Android running tablet that would mount into a keyboard dock; the addition of which catered to consumers who wanted the mobility of a tablet without sacrificing the practicality of a notebook. To this market, the iPad proved inferior, and that's a feat few companies have managed to achieve.
Even then, some companies could only do so by imitating the iPad. Apple is still arguing in courtrooms around the world that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a 'slavish imitation' of the Apple iPad. In Australia, the 4 month debacle fuelled a media-frenzy and helped position Samsung's tablet as the biggest threat to the iPad, ultimately giving it some credibility. But with every day that passed, the spec sheet of the 10.1 appeared less and less impressive.
In the shadows of this affair, Asus was working on its follow up to the original Transformer. With the successor, the company wanted to make a splash. They managed to do so by producing the Transformer Prime: the first tablet to feature a quad core processor and to run the new version of Android, (Ice Cream Sandwich). The combination of an unprecedented tablet processor and a newer version of Google's operating system positioned the Transformer Prime as a performance tablet not to be reckoned with. (source :channelnews.com.au)
Visit USP Computer Shop at Laucala Campus to see one of the Asus transformers they have on display.