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Asus Lamborghini Supernote = Not So Super


Posted by Jared Hislop Categories: PC / Laptop, Rumors


Asus Lamborghini Computer

Asus has released the details on its new Lamborghini notebook.  Unfortunately the specs are disappointing, and do not justify the higher price tag.  The VX1 sports a 2GHz T2500 processor, while most would think that a notebook of this caliber would feature one of Intel’s new Core Duos.  Intel’s 945PM chipset and 3945ABG 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi adapter are onboard along with 1GB of 667MHz DDR 2 SDRAM, a 120GB hard drive, and a dual-layer DVD±R/RW optical drive.  A 15-inch 1400x1050 display (powered an Nvidia GeForce Go 7400 with 256MB of dedicated graphics memory) rounds this one out.  The notebook also has the ability to grab 256MB more from system memory thanks to Nvidia’s TurboCache system.  The new price is expected to be $2,354.62 rather than the $1,935.75-$2,177.87 that was previously announced.  Expect to see the new laptop around the end of April.

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LOL! did you really think that this was going to be exemplary italian quality or a cheap taiwanese gimick? Yea, asus makes good boards, but definitely not the best. Its like buying a cheap honda civic and slapping a lamborghini body on it.


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