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Monday, 30 May 2011 11:28

Asus to launch featherweight UX series laptop

Written by Fudzilla staff


11 inches in 1.1kg
Asus is preparing to introduce a new UX series laptop at Computex and it is quite a looker.

Building on the not so successful but equally impressive UX30 13-incher, the new device appears to be an 11-incher with some rather impressive measurements. It is under 17mm thick and it weighs a mere 1.1kg. This sounds even more impressive considering the generous use of aluminium on the chassis and lid.

There is still no word on specs or pricing, but the old UX30 was based on low-voltage processors and it launched with a saucy €999 price tag. This is a bit steep, but then again style does not come cheap. You can check it out here.

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+10 #1 Bl0bb3r 2011-05-30 18:47
Did the apple drones moan at ASUS for daring to bring out something this thin?
 

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