ASUS Products At CES 2007

"Now that CES is in full swing, ASUS would like to draw your attention to a plethora of new innovative products. We've included just a few choice products that you can not miss. Read on to check them out..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 10/01/07
Author: Matthew Fogg
Source: ASUS

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Official Press Release

In both computing and entertainment, content is increasingly available in high definition up to native HD resolution. This has created a whole new level of visual, gaming and entertainment which has allowed users to reach new heights of excitement, awe, and joy. ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), a leading provider of total 3C solutions, is showcasing the following products at CES that will dramatically raise people's daily expectations of visual satisfaction.

XG Station
An innovative new add-on for your notebook. When traveling, users prefer thin and light notebook designs coupled to a long battery life. At home, they prefer the graphics power that only a desktop can bring. With the XG station, users can enjoy the best of both worlds. The XG Station is the industry's first public demonstration of the world's first external graphics card station for notebook computers. Equipped with the Express Card interface, USB 2.0 and Dolby headphone Technology, the XG station seamlessly integrates notebook computing with PC graphics power. The XG Station is currently scheduled to be released at the beginning of Q2 2007. Read more about the XG Station here

ASUS XG Station

Gaming Notebooks
Based on the latest Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology with advanced graphic solutions, the G1 and G2, designed with the serious gamer in mind, revolutionize the way games are played with blistering speed and true-to-life video and audio performances - on the go! Available in two sizes, 15.4" and 17", the widescreen notebooks are presented with design details made to elevate the overall experience, including an OLED instant display, side/front speakers, hotkey highlights as well as sidelights. Find out more about the G1 and G2 here

ASUS G1 and G2

Digital Home
ASUS' Asteio D22 digital Media Center will access, record and play back your favorite movies up to 1080p resolution. It combines the functions of a TiVo program recorder, a location-free Internet media streaming server, and a CoreTM Duo PC, all in one superb value for money stylish package. The whisper quiet (26dB) performance and attractive design make it a beautiful addition to your living room.

Graphics Cards
ASUS' range of powerful graphics cards means there's a card for every user. The 7600 GT/HDTI features a HDMI output, which allows 1080p transmission of video as well as 6 channel uncompressed audio, crucial features if your PC is streaming content around your home.

Monitors
As widescreens become standard, a resolution of 1680 x 1050 for 20" and 22" monitors is expected to become the mainstream. ASUS recently introduced the MW221U and MW201U monitors for wide high-resolution screens to bring customers 1680 x 1050 resolution on a large screen at a not so large price.

ASUS M221U

If any of these products have you eagerly wanting to part with your cash, feel free to discuss them in our forum

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11-01-2007, 19:45:11

MikeEnIke

We could get you E3 or CES passes I'm sure - we've had a load of invites but couldn't attend due to work commitments

I think I could make time for those no matter what I was doing.

11-01-2007, 19:45:19

markkleb
I feel stupid , for the first time in my life I had a pass to go to a convention and I didnt even go.:mad:

11-01-2007, 19:46:26

MikeEnIke

I feel stupid , for the first time in my life I had a pass to go to a convention and I didnt even go.:mad:


Gah, I forgot about that. Should have gone matey.

11-01-2007, 19:50:29

PV5150

We could get you E3 or CES passes I'm sure - we've had a load of invites but couldn't attend due to work commitments

It'd be perfect timing, I have 6 weeks holidays when it's on. E3 would be super :)

11-01-2007, 19:54:17

MikeEnIke

It'd be perfect timing, I have 6 weeks holidays when it's on. E3 would be super :)

Heh, got a camera Peeves? :)

11-01-2007, 19:55:58

PV5150
Have so :D

11-01-2007, 19:56:13

Kempez

I think I could make time for those no matter what I was doing.



Uhuh but not working = not being paid, then I have to buy the trip to wherever and accommodation and food

11-01-2007, 20:00:11

MikeEnIke

Uhuh but not working = not being paid, then I have to buy the trip to wherever and accommodation and food

Not EVERYTHING mate, maybe even nothing lol :)

15-01-2007, 12:14:32

equk
I think the news team should post other people's news threads on the site if they think they are relevant or good enough to post on the main site and link to the original thread on the forum instead of starting another one.

:argue: :rolleyes: :(

15-01-2007, 14:16:30

Kempez
Makes sense, though if they have found it themselves or put a lot of work into it then I spose they feel justified, plus news like the iPhone is all around the web everywhere ;)

Any of the mods can move a thread into the tech area if needed
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