Asus has shown off an extensive lineup of mobile computing systems at the annual CeBIT tech show. Highlights include the Asus-Lamborghini VX5, a notebook sporting an exterior chassis inspired by the highly regarded and limited edition Lamborghini Reventón…
Not to mention the "entertainment powerhouse" Asus M90Gf notebook, and the launch of the new Asus "no-frills" K Series.
Here’s what Asus had to say…
Impassioned Power and Luxury
“The Asus-Lamborghini VX5 sports a futuristic chassis, with its design inspired by the revered Lamborghini Reventón. The VX5 is equipped with currently the world’s largest density Solid State Drive standing at 1TB.
Similar to its vehicular counterpart, the VX5 also features technological advancements that provide users with impressive performance. Powered by an Intel Core2 Quad processor and 4GB memory, it features a TwinTurbo mode that users can utilize to accelerate CPU and GPU performance via a speed key. A 16-inch full high definition display provides more-than-ample viewing space for documents, pictures or movies. Images are displayed in visual vibrancy and clarity, thanks to a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GT 130M graphics card with GDDR3 1GB VRAM. A newly-adopted illuminated ‘chiclet’ keyboard automatically lights up in low light conditions, while a Blu-ray disc combo optical drive completes this comprehensive package of panache and power.”
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World’s Largest Memory of Up to 16GB for Maximum Performance
“The Asus M90Gf is a notebook dedicated to users who enjoy massive high definition on the move. Equipped with an advanced NVIDIA MCP79MH chipset that supports a maximum of 4 SODIMM, the Asus M90F boasts the world’s largest memory of up to 16GB, with 4GB dual rank, 26-bit SODIMMS for extensive multitasking and multimedia capabilities while on the move.”
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Asus K Series
Computing Comfort On-the-go
“The new Asus K Series is designed for computing comfort, steadfast reliability and multimedia enjoyment. Equipped with the proprietary Asus Super Hybrid Engine (SHE), the Asus K Series delivers up to 5 hours of non-stop computing on a 6-cell battery (subject to system configuration and prevailing usage), while providing a choice between performance and power conservation modes.
Users are also treated to a sensory feast of surreal entertainment on the move with Altec Lansing speakers, true SRS surround sound and a 16:9 golden aspect ratio LCD display. For a truly comfortable computing experience, the Asus K Series features a clever internal design with strategically placed heat vents that maintain a low palm rest temperature at an average between 27.7 and 27.6 degrees (subject to system configuration and prevailing usage), even after long hours of use.