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ASUS celebrates its 30th anniversary with a contest for lots of goodies

ASUS is celebrating 30 Years Together with some giveaways. (Source: ASUS)
ASUS is celebrating 30 Years Together with some giveaways. (Source: ASUS)
ASUS is currently holding a "30 Years Together" event to celebrate 3 decades as a hardware and peripherals OEM. It involves competitions in which contestants can enter a PC-centric quiz or tell their own ASUS/ROG ownership story to gain points. The prizes to be won include laptops, cutting-edge graphics cards and accessories.

ASUS is now running a "30 Years Together" contest to mark a relevant milestone. Its 1st overall prize is a high-end rig designed by the modder Peter Brands. However, it also involves goodies such as the ROG Swift PG27UQ monitor; the ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080 Ti OC Edition and a "Special Edition" ASUS notebook.

Hopeful entrants should start by logging into (or setting up) their ASUS Member accounts. They can then earn competition points by completing the PC DIY quiz or ASUS Product Story tasks (or both). These activities may involve disclosing one's respective product types or model names in the event of ASUS device ownership. The tasks may also require the submission of videos, images, other content types or URLs.

This competition also offers prizes such as the Intel Core i9-9980XE and Intel Core i9-9900K CPUs, depending on the task completed. The PC DIY quiz also has a ROG Maximus XI Formula board as a prize. Finally, ASUS has thrown a ZenBook and VivoBook in as "extra" prizes.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-05-25 (Update: 2019-05-25)