ASUS to launch N-series notebooks

"Asustek is planning to launch N-series notebooks in October to replace its current F-series"

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A Fusion of Cutting-edge User-Centric Technologies and Style ASUS N-series notebooks
ASUS are to replace their existing F-series notebooks with the new N-series in October, according to the company. The new N-series notebooks epitomise 'form following function' and will provide the end-user with some innovative technology for mobile computing.
Each N Series notebook comes with innovative technological developments such as the highly-efficient Super Hybrid Engine (SHE) which automatically allocates power, preserving battery life up to 35%*; the built-in Express Gate operating system that allows users to access their most commonly-used programs in 8 seconds*; and the SmartLogon facial recognition system that recognizes users’ facial features and logs them on without requiring any manual key input.
According to our source, ASUS are set to deliver four models in the N-series notebook lineup - the N10, N20, N50 and the N80.
Designed for optimized mobility, the ASUS N10 is perfect for individuals constantly on the move. Sporting a 10.2” monitor, the N10 delivers a multi-sensory experience with a NVIDIA GeForce 9300M graphics card, Intel Atom processor N270 and 945GSE chipset.
Built for heavy usage, the ASUS N20 comes with a 12.1” monitor and up to 12 hours* of battery life. Equipped with an Altec Lansing sound system that provides excellent sound clarity, plus a highly efficient eSATA hard disk drive housed in a dust and moisture-resistant enclosure, the N20 is a versatile road performer for business and personal entertainment.
The ASUS N50 is truly the pinnacle of mobile computing, designed for intuitive control and user-friendliness. A row of backlit touch-capacitive buttons located at the top of the keyboard serves as intuitive and convenient point of multimedia control for instantaneous multimedia enjoyment. Another unique feature of the N50 is its built-in Air Ionizer that not only helps clean the air around the user of allergens and germs, but also promotes air-flow and circulation.
Designed specifically for business executives and professionals in mind, the ASUS N80 comes with a 14.1” display powered by a standalone NVIDIA GeForce 9 Series graphics card with up to 1 GB of VRAM, complemented by Dolby Surround decoding to deliver impressive sound quality that is sure to impress in any business or personal situation.
* The ASUS N50 and N80 notebooks will both feature a Blu-ray DVD Combo drive.
In designing the N Series notebooks, ASUS has utilised cutting-edge technologies, particularly in the use of In-Mold Roller Technology which creates a scratch-resistant panel that retains its sheen even after prolonged use. The N Series notebooks deliver performance with style.
Read more about the ASUS N-series notebooks here
The ASUS N-series certainly look the part.
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18-09-2008, 08:25:52

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18-09-2008, 08:34:21

It`s certainly an interesting design.

The vertically stacked cpu approach has been tried b4, it feels interesting that the guyz at Rochester start of with "it`s not simply one of these", and then as they continue it`s description - it is one of these, but working in sync and collaborating with each other. But that could be scpiel when talking to potential backers.

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