Asus opens a retail outlet in Gurgaon, NCR

By Digit NewsDesk Published Date
14 - Dec - 2011
| Last Updated
14 - Dec - 2011
Asus opens a retail outlet in Gurgaon, NCR

Asus has launched a retail store in Gurgaon (Delhi & NCR), part of the Taiwanese company’s push into the Indian market. Looking providing access to its upcoming and latest technologies to Indian customers, Asus has already set up retail stores in a variety of cities, big and small, across the country. Recently opened Asus retail stores include those in Bhillai, Calicut, Goa, Jaipur, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Thane.

According to Asus, the new store in Gurgaon will allow customers to really get a hands-on feel of their products to make their purchasing decisions, with the complete range of its notebooks and netbooks available as fully working demonstration units. The product range also include the Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet, as well as the new Bamboo U Series of netbooks. Read our review of the Eee Pad Transformer here.

The Asus retail outlet in Gurgaon is located in Qutub Plaza Market, DLF Phase-1.

Speaking on the opening of the new outlet, Mr. Unaez Quraishi – Sales & Distribution Director – System Business Group, Asus (India), said:

“Our retail expansion venture has been victorious in assisting us for an unyielding commitment in offering an inspiring innovation and quality to our customers. Endeavoring in this region, we intend to maintain our fostering for our customers in order to provide access and to help them keep up with all the noteworthy upcoming technology.”


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