ASUS have fast become a household name in the technology industry after their pioneering development and definition of the netbook genre following the launch of the Eee PC 701 in 2007.
The last 12 months have not only seen ASUS launch a range of subsequent netbook hits (including the delicious S101 fashion netbook) and ranges of other notebooks including eco beauties such as the Bamboo and N Series, but ASUS have also scooped an array of awards highlighting their true commitment to technological advancements and environmental credentials.
ASUS realise that none of their continued success would be possible without the support of the end users and owners of ASUS products, who have not only generated fantastic recommendations amongst friends and family, but also have inspired new models and features through working out new ways of using existing products – and ASUS want to take this feedback and maximise it further to involve the end users as well as learning about existing and new products.
The ASUS User Blog
ASUS will be providing six bloggers with an ASUS computer. For 4 weeks, the users will use their product and write about their experiences to a dedicated blog on the Mobile Computing website (a minimum of three 200 word+ posts per week). ASUS are seeking users who will give as much feedback as possible, but all responsibility for blog content will be held with the blogger and Mobile Computing.
At the end of the period, ASUS will give each blogger an Eee PC 901 as a special thank you for their time – except the owner of the blog which attracts the highest number of readers, who will be able to keep the notebook they have been writing about.
The 6 blogs will be focused on each of the following:
* ASUS G71V quad-core gaming notebook
* ASUS M50 multimedia notebook
* ASUS N80V business notebook
* ASUS Bamboo U6V eco-friendly notebook
* ASUS Eee PC S101 fashion netbook
* ASUS Eee Top All-in-One PC
ASUS and Mobile Computing are inviting users to apply to take part by completing an application on the Mobile Computing website no later than the 15th March 2009.