Tuesday, June 7, 2011

ASUS introduced at Computex 2011 multimedia notebook ASUS N45SF, N55SF and N75SF

At Computex 2011 ASUS showed a huge range of new products: from hybrid smart phone and tablet Padfone to prototype mainboard with the processor socket LGA 1366 and 2011. Was extensive and the exposure of portable laptops: the company demonstrated the netbooks on the platform Intel Cedar Trail, «ultrabuki" UX series and inexpensive slim netbook Eee PC X101, as well as the range of new multimedia notebooks NH5SF, which will be discussed below.

Laptops NH5SF series built on a hardware platform Intel Huron River, equipped with a processor Core i3, i5, and i7 second-generation discrete graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT555 with 1 or 2 GB of memory GDDR5. The maximum amount of RAM - 8 GB, HDD - 750 GB. In the basic equipment includes laptop optical drive can record DVD, and available for a surcharge ODD that supports both read and write discs Blu-ray.

In addition to all of the above, the laptops are equipped with built-in web-cameras, two-port interface USB 3.0, digital amplifiers Bang & Olufsen ICEpower, video outputs D-Sub and HDMI. Diagonal screen ASUS N45SF - 14 inches, N55SF - 15,6 inches, N75SF - 17,3 inch.

All three members of the series can be equipped with six-cell batteries, and the mass of low-end model will be 2,4 kg, the eldest - 3,4 kg. Retail sales, the ASUS NH5SF should begin in July this year. Information about prices, will appear later.

Source: VR-Zone

Crux Loaded for $ 250 makes the iPad netbook

"If after buying a tablet iPad you're disappointed with your purchase, do not rush to throw it away "- this could start advertising the product shown in the illustration.
Crux Loaded for $ 250 makes the iPad netbook

Hard case, which is integrated keyboard allows you to turn in netbook iPad. Of course, this runs counter to the Apple presentation about how to use a tablet, but to a range of new users of Crux, definitely will be a godsend.

Crux Loaded for $ 250 makes the iPad netbook

Along with a keyboard, product design, called Crux Loaded includes touchpad and extra battery, extending battery life tablet to 7.5 hours.

To begin selling the device company promises this autumn. To try to turn the tablet into a useful thing to be ready to spend $ 249. Already in the program will cost $ 30 for a desktop PC, which will arrange the work in the remote desktop.

Source: Crux