“Asus estore will be the most convenient destination to shop from an array of Asus’ state-of-the-art products present across ROG (Republic of Gamers) and Consumer PC categories.
It will feature the brand’s extensive range of gaming and consumer laptops, along with flagship smartphones – ROG Phone 5 and ROG Phone 3, to start with.
The launch of this online store will elevate the online shopping journey of consumers through a comprehensive, digitized experience,” Asus said.
The Regional Director of Systems Business Group in India commented on the announcement that a presence of all canals is vital to helping your consumers well, and although our broad offline network gives users novel experience, our online expansion will help them make shopping more convenient.
“The launch of Asus estore is yet another step in this direction, strengthening the brand’s commitment towards empowering consumers with meaningful innovation, designed to uplift their overall digital journey.
ASUS estore will help in enhancing the digital journey of users by enabling them to meet their tech requirements from the comfort of their home,” he said.
Asus, a Taiwan PC maker, has debuted its official online shop in India, which ends up selling products using e-commerce platforms such as Flipkart and Amazon.
With the #ShopwithASUS campaign, the firm is marketing its new online store. Some of Asus’ greatest computers and smartphones are provided via the online store for Indian customers.
The company announced that AYR Technologies, one of the world’s biggest online merchants, will serve the e-store.
The new online store enables people to buy Asus products directly from the brand without having to search for Asus products through e-commerce sites.
Asus said in a recent release, the new online store seeks to boost user experience and all brand-related information is readily available. In around 30000 pin code areas, the EStore Asus will provide service.
The e-store offers features that make it easier and smoother for shoppers. The payment alternatives will be shifted via secure gates.
Use debit and credit cards, digital wallets, e-payments and more will allow users to pay.
The business also stated that social distances will remain when all the orders in the new Asus eStore are delivered without touch.
In addition, orders that would not require the client to sign off when delivery are left with a prior notice at their doorstep, whilst verbal confirmation from a secure distance would be enough to necessitate the sign-off.
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