The multinational computer and phone hardware and electronics company, ASUS, sets to unveil a new lineup, called magic box, in a virtual launch event by September 2nd, 2021.

 The news was contained in a Twitter post of the company, where it tweeted as follows:

 “It’s here, and it’s now! The ASUS virtual launch event on Sep. 2 at 23:00 CST (UTC+8) will take you on a journey to explore creativity. Join us as we unveil the all-new #ASUS lineup, and let’s #CreateTheUncreated. https://t.co/shliF O4GFR”

 ASUS is a multinational Taiwanese computer and phone hardware and electronics firm headquartered in Taipei’s Beitou District.

Desktop computers, laptops, netbooks, smartphones, networking equipment, displays, wi-fi routers, projectors, motherboards, graphics cards, optical storage, multimedia devices, peripherals, wearables, servers, workstations, and tablet PCs are among the company’s goods.

 In 2019, ASUS announced the opening of a new corporate headquarters campus in Taipei. An expansion of the existing ASUS headquarters, the new campus features a 13,311-square-meter office structure that has gained Platinum accreditation from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 for Building Design and Construction (BD+C).

 ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih was presented with a LEED certification emblem by Senior Vice Chairman of the US Green Building Council (USGBC), Mili Majumdar, at the festive opening ceremony, which included a traditional dance performed by the ASUS lion dance club and a performance by a percussion ensemble.

 “ASUS was created thirty years ago with the goal of creating the best technology in the world. “We have dedicated ourselves to this objective with many meaningful breakthroughs over the previous three decades,” Chairman Shih remarked.