Midmarket: Asus Offers Top-Notch Computing for Businesses with a Budget
With the economic crisis affecting business at the enterprise and midmarket level, saving money has never been more important. Innovative computer maker Asus is trying to help businesses do just that, offering a range of netbooks and innovative PC products designed to make your business mobileand stylish. At this year's CeBIT convention in Hannover, Germany, Asus debuted a slew of sleek, sophisticated products, many running on Intel's Atom line of processors. While details on pricing were sketchy for many models, Asus usually keeps its netbooks around $500 to $600. As the market for netbooks grows, Asus, the inventor of the netbook, is working to keep its Eee PC line as the top performing netbook family in the marketplace. Features like touch-screen technology, swiveling screens and thin, lightweight designs that don't sacrifice size for feature sets ensure Asus can still turn heads despite stiff competition from heavyweights like Dell and HP, among others. Here's a look at some of the products Asus unveiled this week at CeBIT.