Move over Macbook Air, the ASUS UX21 redefines the meaning of ultra-thin. At just 0.66″ at its thickest point this all-aluminum bodied notebook is simply epic to behold.
Weighing just 2.4lb, but packing a punch with specs ranging up to an Intel Core i7 processor, the UX21 is more than just a pretty face. This notebook features a zippy 2-second resume from sleep mode thanks to some ASUS proprietary software and SATA III SSD technology. To round things out in the future tech department you’ve also got USB 3.0 and a trackpad made of glass. Interested yet?
The UX21 wasn’t the only new gear to be announced at Computex in the personal PC department. As if it needed demonstrating, ASUS isn’t done with the netbook world just yet…
The latest in a long line of Eee PCs, the Eee PC 1025 follows up on the success of the 1005 and 1015 before it – albeit while looking a bit more exciting (it comes in Pink too if you’re interested).
Equipped with a dual-core Intel Atom processor, up to 2GB of DDR3 ram, HDMI output, and up to 500GB of storage, the Eee PC 1025 is now better looking than ever thanks to a metallic finish and streamlined case design. And because the Eee PC line has always been known for it’s long life nature, the 1025 is no different. Standby time is extended to up to three weeks so you can forget searching for an outlet every time you sit down somewhere to check your email.
Last (but certainly not least) comes this slim and sleek gem – the Eee PC X101. At 0.66″ slim and just a shade over 2 lbs. this ‘netbook’ comes in two flavors.
You can get the Eee PC X101 with either Windows 7, or, for the obnoxious price of $200.. with Meego – basically a web dedicated OS for those of you who spend more time surfing the net than anything else – hey it’s a ‘netbook’ afterall right? This 10.1″ netbook delivers the latest Intel Atom N435 processor and wireless N connectivity.
Which one are you picking up first?