2020 has been unique in many ways, but one thing remains the same as ever: the opportunity to show our loved ones that we care with a well-chosen gift. Finding the right present for everyone on your list can be tricky, but there are good chances this year to bring some joy. Since folks are relying on technology more than ever to work, learn, and play, this is a great moment to put some new tech under the tree. Our holiday gift guide will help you find the best ASUS tech to satisfy even the hardest-to-shop-for recipient.
Abandon restraint and bare your soul with the new ROG Electro Punk range! Designed to let you express your real self to the world, Electro Punk products pull no punches with their outrageous black-and-pink cyberpunk theme. Mix and match your weapons to suit your style: team the sizzling ROG Strix G15 gaming laptop with the bold ROG Strix Go 2.4 headset and awesome ROG Sheath mousepad, or treat your desktop rig to the mind-blowing ROG Strix Scope TKL keyboard and uber-cool ROG Strix Impact II mouse. And remember: whatever you choose, it’s nobody’s business except yours.
Time was when musicians needed access to professional studios to create cutting-edge sounds and high-quality published music. Now, recording has been democratized. With a PC, cheap or free digital audio workstation (DAW) software and plugins, a basic USB audio interface, and a halfway-decent microphone, you can record, mix, and export from the comfort of a home studio. And as your skills and knowledge grow, there’s high-end equipment ready to help you take things to the next level.
Chromebooks have long been part of my household’s computing arsenal, and the pint-sized ASUS Chromebook Flip C100PA was one of the first to earn its keep. Thanks to a solid build, comfortable keyboard, high-quality screen, and a convertible form factor, the C100PA won my heart as a worry-free portal to the web. It was the machine that awakened me to the potential of Chrome OS, but a lot has changed since. There’s no better example of the growth and maturity in the Chrome OS ecosystem than the ASUS Chromebook Flip C436 that we launched earlier this year.