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36 of Asus’ latest laptops and netbooks – some of which have already been launched, some covered on our site, and some that have until now been mysteries – can be found in all their glory in Asus’ March e-magazine. Whole new lines have been introduced, a wide range of budgets are catered to, and a host of new technologies adopted, such as Nvidia’s Optimus and 3D vision, USB 3.0, multitouch trackpads, ultra-low voltage processors, and more.
Here’s a brief look at the new lineup along with pictures (click to enlarge) below. You can also download the entire 108MB e-magazine for yourself from Asus’ site.
G Series: Asus’ latest gaming laptops offer a variety of technologies, from Nvidia’s 3D Vision, Nvidia GeForce GTS 360M or ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics cards, Blu-ray drives, to Core i5/i7 processors and more. Models include: G51JX 3D, G51JX, G60JX, G73JH.
U Series: Asus’ line of multi-purpose laptops that offer integrated graphics, modern designs, Nvidia Optimus, USB 3.0 and more, all in a lightweight Bamboo Colleciton laptop. Models include: U30JC, U33JC, U53F/U53JC, U43F/JC.
UL-series: Asus’ line of laptops based on Intel's ultra low voltage (ULV) processors, providing more than 8 hours of battery life in their tiny frames. Models include: UL20AT, UL80JT, UL80VT/VS, UL50VF/VS, UL50AT.
NX-series: Incredibly large and heavy, these laptops are meant for heavy duty media purposes, and provide dual trackpads, 18-inch monitors, and HD quality video output. Models include: NX90JQ/JN
N-series: Asus’ “Super Sonic” Entertainment series, come with special speakers, video encoding and output, impressive mobile graphics cards (one claims to feature high-end GeForce 400 series graphics), multi-touch keypads, and more. Models include: N43JF, N63JN, N73JN, N61 JA/JQ/JV, N71 JA/JQ/JV, N82 JC/JQ.
K-series, A-series: Asus’ budget laptops that offer great all-round ability to users, from browsing to work and play. Models include: K42 JV/JR/JK/F, K52JC/JR/JK/JB/F, K72 JR/JK/F, K40 AF, K50 AF, K70 AF, K40AE, K51AE, K70AE, K40 ID, K50 ID, K70 ID, K40 IE, K50 IE, K70 IE, , A42JV/JR/JK/JB/F, A52JC/JR/JK/JB/F, A72JR/JK/F.
PL-series: Featuring Intel’s low-voltage Core i5 processors with NVIDIA Optimus technology, these business laptops are good looking and sturdy. Models include: P50IJ, P81J, PL30JT, PL80JT.
Check out features and specifications of other latest Asus Laptops on Consumermate.com.