Lagos - Technology company ASUS has officially announced its entrance into the Nigerian device market.
According to Businessday during the media launch the product manager of ASUS Nigeria, Simplice Zaongo, said they plan to create a strong footprint in Africa, and confessed that the Nigeria’s N245bn device market has become attractive for investors as it is the largest on the continent.
The Taiwanese company, who are amongst the top-three global notebook vendors, introduced two Intel-powered devices at its official media launch.
The two devices, ASUS Fonepad 7 and the ASUS Transformer Book T100, according to the manufacturers were designed specifically to meet the needs of the Nigerian market. The Fonepad 7 costs N38 000 while the Transformer Book T100 costs N75 000.
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