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ASUS revives its notebook trade-in programme, now accepts any brand notebook (Updated)

By Kenny Yeo - on 7 Apr 2024, 11:56am

ASUS revives its notebook trade-in programme, now accepts any brand notebook

Note: This article was first published on 22nd March 2024 and is republished now because today is the last day of the trade-in campaign.

The new ASUS Zenbook 14 OLED (Image source: ASUS)

ASUS is bringing back its notebook trade-in programme and improving it by opening the offer up to all notebook brands.

The last time ASUS ran this promotion was back in December last year. At that point, the offer was only extended if the notebook you traded in was an ASUS notebook. Now, ASUS is accepting notebooks of all brands.

The basic mechanics are mostly the same. Customers will have to bring their notebooks down to the ASUS Exclusive Store at Bugis Junction to be evaluated. After evaluation, a physical code will be issued, which customers can then use at the ASUS Exclusive Store, ROG Experience Store, or online.

The maximum credit you can get is S$300, here's how:

CPU type Trade-in value With discrete GPU?
Intel Core i3 / AMD Ryzen 3 S$100 Extra S$100 credit
Intel Core i5 / AMD Ryzen 5 S$130
Intel Core i7 / AMD Ryzen 7 S$160
Intel Core i9 / AMD Ryzen 9 S$200

Like most trade-in programmes, this has some terms and conditions. For example, it must be authentic and contain original parts, and it must come with all its original accessories (including power adapter and charging cables).

And obviously, it must be able to power on and work. Notebooks that are no longer functional will be given S$50 credit.

This trade-in programme will run from 29 March to 7 April, which is just slightly over a week. Mark your calendars and act fast if you want to take advantage of it.

And if you are shopping for an ASUS notebook, can we suggest the very excellent dual-display Zenbook Duo UX8406? For more recommendations, here's a list of other ASUS laptops we've reviewed recently that are worthy:-

For more information of this trade-in campaign, head over to ASUS here.

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