Panasonic unveils Let’s Note AX3 notebook

Panasonic’s Let’s Note AX2 notebook has been succeeded by a new model of the same line that not surprisingly carries the Let’s Note AX3 product name. The novelty will become available on the Japanese market on June 21 where it will cost USD 2450.

The new Let’s Note AX3 comes with an 11.6-inch IPS display that works at 1920 x 1080 pixels and sports a dual-core Intel Core i7-4500U chip that operates at 1.8 GHz (3.0 GHz in Turbo Mode). The notebook also comes with 8 GB of DDR3 memory and a 128 GB SSD that can be upgraded to a more spacious 256 GB model. The rest of the hardware includes Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI and Mini D-Sub outputs, a microSD card slot and a 720p web camera. On the outside the Let’s Note AX3 looks exactly the same as last year’s Let’s Note AX2 model.

The new Panasonic Let’s Note AX3 measures 288 x 194 x 18 mm and weighs 1.14 kilograms.


Source: Panasonic

Related posts

Lenovo announced new C100 All-in-One desktop PC

Lenovo  announced the Lenovo C100, a stylish and affordable addition to its range of all-in-one PCs. Boasting a two-inch screen depth and slim-line design, the C100 integrates the traditional tower desktop, screen with a camera, speakers and microphone into a compact form factor that is easy to...

Acer realeases Iconia Dual-Screen Touchbook

Acer has announced that their dual screen notebook/tablet, the Iconia Touchbook is now available for pre-sale in US and Canada, and shipping will start next month. The Touchbook sports two 14-inch LED backlit LCD muti-touch screen displays covered with Gorilla Glass and packs packs a Core i5...

ADATA announces XPG SX920 solid-state drives

ADATA – the Taiwanese maker of PC memory and storage drives – has announced a new SSD line under the trade name of XPG SX920. The line consists of three models but they all share certain specs – for example they are all 7 mm thick and come in the usual 2.5-inch form factor, support SATA 3.0...

Leave a comment