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Monday, January 08, 2007
First SideShow Notebook


Asus introduced a whole new way to mobile computing with the W5Fe series.

The 12" wide notebook with SideShow features an external auxiliary display on the LCD cover, offers mobility with quick and easy data access.

The W5Fe, based on the W5 series design, is packed with a wide range of exclusive features including, display technologies for enhanced digital entertainment enjoyment as well as high-resolution webcam. The two spindle design with card reader slot and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR ensures connectivity as well as ample data storage.



With the launch of Microsoft's Vista Operating System, notebooks are now capable of a more powerful processing that is predicted to change and improve the current computing behavior. SideShow is an independent operating system that it can be switched on without booting up the whole system. With imbedded flash memory, users can save selected data to SideShow, in forms of text, image and audio, for later review. The external system is well synchronized with the main operating system that users can set for automatic outlook (emails, calendar and meeting appointments) update when the main system is powered on for swift refresh to ensure data consistency.

The W5Fe's auxiliary display is a short cut to viewing a wide range of information, including meeting schedules, phone numbers, addresses, and recent e-mail messages. On the entertainment front, the outer display can be used to view photos, play music and games such as Solitaire. In addition, SideShow can even act as the mobile navigation device and guide the way with map display.

Specifications

Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology
- Intel Core2 Duo Processors T7600/T7400/T7200/T5600/T5500
- Mobile Intel 945GM Express Chipset
- Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection
Genuine Windows Vista
- Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
DDR2 533/667 MHz, up to 1536 MB
12.1" WXGA Color Shine & Crystal Shine LCD, ASUS Splendid Video Intelligence Technology
SATA 80/120/160 GB
1.3M pixel web-camera
802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth V2.0+EDR
3x USB, 1x TV-Out, 1x Card-Reader, 1x Express Card, 1x VGA
30.5 x 22 x 3.1cm, 1.7kg (3-cell battery pack)

SideShow Auxiliary Display
Display: 2.8" QVGA TFT LCD
Flash: 1G NAND Flash


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