ASUS releases Ultrabook S series

ASUS has brought into this world the new Ultrabook S series where the ultrabooks feature really nice hardware hidden within sleek and light chassis.

The new ultrabooks offer everything that you would expect from them – mobility, performance, storage options, powerful hardware and an optical drive – all built into a chassis that is just 21 mm thick.

Inside the luxurious chassis you will find Intel Ivy Bridge processors up to Core i7, NVIDIA GeForce GT 635M graphics and fast hybrid SSD/hard drive storage. Users will also enjoy a solid back-assembled keyboard and the Smart Gesture touchpad and Super Hybrid Engine II-based 2-second instant on resume. Also, the new ASUS S series offers ASUS SonicMaster Lite audio, which provides better sound performance in every application, including music, movie watching, and gaming.

ASUS S series ultrabooks

Another interesting technology found in the new S series is the automatic data backup once the battery charge reaches 5 per cent. Not surprisingly the new ultrabooks also offer Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a card reader.

Offering 14-inch and 15-inch displays the new S series ultrabooks will run Windows 7.


Source: PCLaunches

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