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Second ASUS store opens in Singapore

Caroline Ng | Aug. 6, 2013
The official opening at VivoCity further strengthens the computer maker’s local presence.

The VivoCity branch features a clean and elegant interior, just like its Sim Lim's outlet.

Taiwanese computer multinational company, ASUS, today announced the official opening of a second brand store in Singapore.

Similar to the first store at Sim Lim, Newstead Technologies has been appointed to run the concept store at VivoCity.

"We are extending ASUS' strong range of notebooks and tablets closer to the people," said Alvin Huang, Singapore country manager for ASUS Systems Business Group.

"With the opening of a second brand store, we hope to be able to deliver our commitment to bring out the best and latest innovations in consumer electronics, and offer everyone a consistent, quality shopping experience."

From today, the store will be rolling out a series of opening promotions for a limited period.

Customers can enjoy a free Canon printer (worth S$69/ US$54.50) with every purchase of VivoBook S550CM, as well as a free Sennheiser headset (worth S$119/ US$93.90) and 500GB hard disk drive with every purchase of ZENBOOK Touch UX31A or UX51Z.

The shop is located at 1 Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity, #02-216A, Singapore 098585, and is open from 11am to 9pm daily.


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