Tech - Computers
|January 06, 2006|
ASUS Notebooks Offer The Latest Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology
|ASUS Computer International (ASUS), a leading provider of high-performance notebook computers, has (January 6) launched the first wave of new notebooks based on Intel's next generation dual core mobile platform. The W2J, A7J, W5F, A6J and V6J notebooks feature next-generation microprocessors, chipsets, and wireless connectivity solutions. Together these features provide increased performance for multitasking with longer battery life and better power management, allowing users to do more in less time. Users can also experience greater mobility, wire-free video communication, as well as a live TV broadcasts. ASUS is also releasing the fist white box "Built on ASUS" model that will also be based on this technology, the Z62F. |
TV Reception and Portable Audio/ Video Communication
The ASUS W2J and A7J notebooks with built-in TV tuners offer wireless digital TV reception. Catch live TV shows right out of the notebook for a complete digital entertainment experience.
The W5F and A6J have built-in microphones and webcams that allow users to videoconference with family and friends without the hassle of external connections and tangling wires.
The compact W5F with a built-in 1.3 mega-pixel 180° swivel webcam, microphone and exclusive LifeFrame software is an irresistible digital fashion accessory, perfect for today's urban metropolitans who demand a product that looks good while it performs. The W5F's predecessor based on the same industrial design, the W5A, has been selected as a 2006 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award honoree.
Slim And Lightweight Design For Superior Computing Mobility
The ultra-slim 15-inch V6J is lighter than most of the existing 14-inch notebooks, has a refined and elegant design, and offers functionality as well as cutting edge performance. The V6J is the successor to, and based on the same design as, other V6 models that have won numerous prestigious awards. These include Japan's G-Mark, Germany's RedDot and iF design awards.