Campus Life Student Brand Managers are passionate leaders who have the opportunity to interact with many of their peers and show them why ASUS technology has made their college lives easier, simpler, and better.
Are you passionate about technology? Do you have tons of ideas and the drive to make a difference? Love working with people, and highly involved on campus? If, so, become an ASUS Campus Life Student Brand Manager today!
October 3, 2013 - Two months into this semester and students are just bombarded with exams, textbooks, homework, essays, etc. The list is long, but somehow our Student Brand Managers are out and about teaching their classmates about the latest ASUS products that will help them survive college.
Liang, our SBM on the campus of the University of California, at San Diego, shows a fellow student why the MeMO Pad HD 7 is an awesome companion for school. Be on the look out for ASUS Campus Life Student Brand Managers! Not only do they have great information, they've got sweet swag to throw your way!
The Transformer Book T100 is an affordable 2-in-1 notebook and tablet squeezed into a extremely small form factor. It weighs just over 2lbs, and with a 10.1" IPS touch screen, dual stereo speakers, Windows 8.1 and Office 2013 pre-installed, this is a device that students can really take advantage of. Stay productive all day with up to 11 hours of battery life. And, with the power of Intel's Baytrail processor, multitasking will not be an issue.
As a notebook, you'll have access to all your office applications and be productive for school, but as a tablet, you've got a ton of entertainment at your hands. Starting at $349 for the 32GB model, it's a really affordable device that won't break your budget. So save that extra cash because your life as a student is going to be better, easier, and more fun with the ASUS Transformer Book T100!
Anthony Geyer - Junior Aeronautical Engineering at Purdue University
Anthony was thrilled to be back for a second year with the Campus life program. He is the Design Director for Purdue Solar Racing, where they have just started on the design of their tenth car Renatus. He is also working on undergraduate research in jet propulsion, building upon the technology of the GEnx engines. Also Anthony is on a team of undergraduate and graduate students designing a hybrid aircraft for law enforcement applications, capable of both fixed-wing and multi-rotor flight.
On the Campus Life progam:
"The Campus Life program has given me the opportunity to do something I love. It's not just about the latest and greatest technology, but being a Student Brand Manager gives me the chance to meet students and be part of my campus in a way I otherwise couldn't."