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Taiwanese tech company Asus is introducing its brand new “Commercial PC” lineup to India. These new laptops will add to the existing range of mobile phones, gaming and professional lineups apart from other computing peripherals and will be unveiled tomorrow.

Asus is hosting a Covid-19 safe virtual press conference which will be live-streamed starting 2 PM on September 21 on YouTube and can be watched below:

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