ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser: 5 things you didn’t know

Pardon me for blabbering, but I’m just absolutely blown away by the new phone that arrived in the mail today: the ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser! It’s gold, it’s sleek, and it definitely blows its competition out of the water.

ASUS Zenfone 2 LaserI was going to review the ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser for Tech Envy and I thought it would end up receiving a blah rating – that is, until I started using it.

Priced at PhP7,295, I’ve detailed 5 important reasons why I think the ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser is rather underpriced. Plot twist: There’s more to the phone which I haven’t included in the Tech Envy review – and I’m sharing all of it with you below!


5 things about ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser that you didn’t know

Aside from the 5 features I mentioned in my Tech Envy review, here are a few more things everyone looking for a smartphone should know about the ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser.

Alabang wants to Go Pink! Festival Mall helps breast cancer foundations in the south

People from the South, are you ready to go pink? They say breast cancer is here to stay. But I say there’s no stopping us from trying to kick it to the curb!

You’re probably wondering why there’s yet another breast cancer advocacy. But trust me, this is different for two reasons:

  1. 1. It focuses on the south part of Manila (hello, people of Alabang!)
    2. It involves not just fighting cancer, but preventing it from overwhelming your entire life

So many breast cancer campaigns are about awareness drives for mammograms, self breast exam, and early diagnosis. Rarely do I hear of those that help empower patients by giving them a way to cope.

This is what makes me root for Stage Zero, a campaign started by Project Pink (I’ll talk about that more later). It just so happens that Project Pink is now one of the beneficiaries of Go Pink, a breast cancer movement started by Festival Mall.

pink ribbonFestival Mall Alabang wants us to Go Pink! When you buy this keychain, proceeds go to the three beneficiaries of the Go Pink initiative.

(If you have loved ones who have breast cancer, Project Pink’s Stage Zero is the kind of support program they should really try, I’m telling you! Here’s more info on Stage Zero by Project Pink.)


Go Pink!

Aside from Project Pink, Asian Hospital Charities and ICanServe Foundation  are also beneficiaries of Festival Malls’ Go Pink initiative.

5 Reasons You and Your Cat Should Join the Sunday Park Day Gang

Paging all self-confessed cat people: You really should join us – we’ve nicknamed ourselves the Sunday Park Day gang – at Ayala Triangle Park in Makati!

Every Sunday, cats and their respective fur-dads and meowmies convene at the park. It’s all good fun! There’s cat talk, a little gossip, and lunch afterward at a nearby spot where cats and other pets are welcome.

5 Reasons to Celebrate Sunday Park Day with Us

In case you haven’t seen us at the Ayala Triangle Park yet, we’ve been going there for about a year now! Yes, we celebrated our first anniversary on September 27, 2015. (I’m still a greenhorn, so to speak – I’ve been joining the gang for less than a year.)

Sunday Park Day[6]

I know you might be having second thoughts about joining us, so I hope these photos convince you.


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