Thursday, September 13th 2007

ASUS Offers Free Accidental Damage Warranty for Notebooks

Adding a significant upgrade to the industry-leading notebook coverage and service offered through its ASUS 360 Notebook Program, ASUS Computer International (ACI) today announced its new Notebook Accidental Damage Warranty (ADW) Program. The benefits of this program will apply to US and Canadian users who purchase their ASUS notebook computers on or after Sept. 10, 2007.

ASUS' notebook computers are developed utilizing advanced technology with user-friendly design in mind. ASUS is strongly aware that the best way to gain the confidence of customers is to constantly challenge itself. Enhancing high quality assurance and customer trust has always been ASUS' foremost goals. "We want our notebook users know that we are completely dedicated to their total product satisfaction." said Jackie Hsu, President of ASUS Computer International.

To notebook users, accidents are unavoidable, and the costs associated with them can add up. The company therefore guarantees that if their ASUS notebooks are damaged by drops, spills, fire, or electrical surges, the notebooks will be covered. The company also offers its customers the convenience of assistance 24/7 technical support.

For program details or terms and conditions, please go to ASUS
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7 Comments on ASUS Offers Free Accidental Damage Warranty for Notebooks

damnit... i ordered mine at the end of august...
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That is pretty sweet. I am looking into getting a notebook...
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why does everything good happen in the us =/
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Bird of Prey
This is a nice little move by Asus. While Dell and others that offer such warranties charge for them, Asus is giving away at least a year free. That is top notch right there.
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Semi-Retired Folder
This is a great way to get people to register their products quickly since you only get it if you register within 60 days of purchase.

Well worth the 5 minutes it takes to register though and a good move by ASUS.
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That's awesome!!!! Wish I had that for my laptop.
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Jimmy 2004
I just hope it comes to the UK, because I'm planning on buying a laptop within the next year, and I was planning an ASUS anyway :D
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