Thursday, October 15th 2020

ASUS Launches ExpertCenter D500SA Ultra-Compact PC

ASUS today announced the launch of the ExpertCenter D500SA, a sleek, ultra-compact PC desktop powerhouse that's designed to meet the business needs of professionals, remote workers, and small business owners. The D500SA is equipped with the 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, with up to 12 GB of DDR4 RAM and 512 GB of SSD storage, providing exceptional and dependable performance for everyday office tasks. The D500SA's business-focused design and small, flexible form factor fits in any workspace while also being eco-friendly with its power consumption capabilities.

The ExpertCenter D500SA is the latest addition to the ASUS Expert Series, including ExpertCenter desktops and ExpertBook laptops, which are designed with modern business needs and priorities in mind. Each Expert Series product provides exceptional performance, proven reliability, management and security features geared toward businesses of all sizes.
Optimized Performance and Productivity

Whatever the task may be, ASUS ExpertCenter D500SA features powerful performance, geared especially for the unique needs of small businesses. Powered by an 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, it also features Intel UHD Graphics 630, up to 12 GB DDR4 RAM, and up to 512 GB of SSD storage space to make light work of business tasks.

Modern, Ultra-Compact Design

The ASUS ExpertCenter D500SA has a modern, compact and stylish form-factor that can stand vertically or horizontally. Thanks to its small form factor, business users are able to streamline their workspaces to save space, create a tidy working area, connect more business peripherals, or even fit more computers into an office space.

To ensure consistent performance and minimum noise level from a small platform, the D500's thermal design has dedicated isolated air chambers for the PC's main heat generators to prevent heat pooling inside. This ensures quiet operation even when working through demanding tasks, while also delivering consistent performance.

Easy to Use and Manage

As with all ExpertCenter desktops, clever business-focused design details are there to help businesses upgrade and manage their PCs effortlessly. The ExpertCenter D500SA has a tool-free chassis design, so users can open it up with no tools required. This saves time and effort, making component upgrades and routine servicing easy.

Businesses also have the power to do more with the internal layout that gives maximum space for expansion in a compact form factor. The internal steel case allows the ExpertCenter D500SA to accommodate up to four storage devices, while PCIe slots enable the easy addition of graphics cards, Wi-Fi connectivity and extra I/O ports. The ExpertCenter D500 is easy to configure today, and ready for whatever businesses might need tomorrow.

Proven Reliability

The Expert Center D500SA are solidly built and tested to the most demanding industry requirements, which includes MIL-STD-810G US military standard and stringent ASUS in-house testing. Feel secure when around inevitable minor shocks and everyday workplace accidents, as it won't jeopardize the chance of losing reliable data with the D500SA.

Preserve the Environment

Committed to creating a sustainable future, the ExpertCenter D500SA adopts stringent environmental requirements at all stages of the product lifecycle and optimizes energy use with an 80 Plus Platinum power supply to lower operating costs in the long term. To ensure a high-efficiency power supply, ExpertCenter D500 utilizes top-end capacitors. The power supply features 80 PLUS Platinum certification indicating minimum wasted energy, which results in less heat generation and long-term cost savings.

Availability & Pricing

ASUS ExpertCenter D500SA is now available in North America starting at MSRP 599.99 USD.
Source: ASUS
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2 Comments on ASUS Launches ExpertCenter D500SA Ultra-Compact PC

I am surprised to see this. Dell and others aren't gonna be happy.

now if I could just fast forward in time to have one of these with a Gen 12 Intel socket 1700, i'd be super happy.
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W.o.W, just.friggin. w.O.w....

I'm soooooo impressed, I just can't stand it, hahahahahahahahahahahaha...

Hello Mr. Asus,

This is 1997 calling, and we want all of these boring-assed rectangular Dell/HP/Compcraq beige-boxen cloners back, like, yesterday..:roll:..:kookoo:..:clap:
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