ASUS Launches New Lamborghini Notebooks.
Luxury Laptops Go Compact
by Ilya Gavrichenkov
[ 03/03/2008 | 04:49 PM ]
ASUS announced the launch of their new notebook solutions in the Lamborghini series, which is one of the most expensive product series from this maker. Lamborghini notebooks are known first of all for their design. They are styled to match the design of a well-known Italian sports car brand.
While all previous solutions in the ASUS Lamborghini family were positioned as desktop replacements, the new mobile systems will belong to an ultra-compact class. The Lamborghini VX3 encompasses a 12.1" widescreen and luxurious materials, including a sapphire crystal webcam panel, titanium alloy hinge backbone and the premium leather-bound palm rest for a perfect visual and tactile experience.
The hardware of Lamborghini VX3 will remain of exceptionally high quality. The Centrino platform it is based on will be represented by a 45nm Core 2 Duo T9300 processor with 2.5GHz frequency and 6MB L2 cache, Intel PM965 chipset and Intel Next-Gen wireless N (4965ABGN 802.11N) network component. The notebook uses discrete graphics based on GeForce 9300 chip with 256MB of graphics memory. It will also have a 320GB hard disk drive. The notebook, of course, will be designed for Windows Vista and will be equipped with 4GB DDR2-667 SDRAM.
It will also feature a dual-layer, Lightscribe-compatible optical drive, a webcam and integrated 3.5G cellular connectivity.
The notebook accessories bundle will be traditionally rich and by default will include a Lamborghini Mouse, Mouse pad and Carry Bag.