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Thursday, June 23, 2011
 Asus Released Ultra-thin U36 Notebook Powered by Intel i5 CPU
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Message Text: Asus today has officially released the U36 notebook, a very thin laptop powered by a standard voltage Intel Core i5 processor.

ASUS Super Hybrid Engine (with the ability to switch off USB 3.0 functionality) combined with NVIDIA graphics and Optimus technology saves power for when it's needed most to deliver an 11.5 hours battery life. With an ultra-thin chassis (only 19mm thick) made from lightweight magnesium alloy with nanometer coating, the U36 is not only practical but is a head-turning accessory.

Key Features:

* Standard voltage Intel Core i5 processor
* Ultra-thin chassis only 19mm thick and weighing 1.44kg
* Up to 11.5 hours battery life
* ASUS Super Hybrid Engine with USB 3.0 toggle
* NVIDIA Graphics with Optimus technology
* Magnesium alloy finish with nanometer coating
* 13.3" HD TFT display (1366 x 768)
* 500GB storage
* 802.11 b/g/n wireless
* 5 in 1 card reader

The U36 is priced at £s;699 inc VAT and is available now in-store and online from Micro Anvika (www.anvika.com) and before the end of June from Comet (www.comet.co.uk)

 
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