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Asus Zenbook Prime UX21A, UX31A, UX32A and UX32VD headed to the US

By Jos
May 22, 2012
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  1. Earlier this month Asus offered a first look at the upcoming Zenbook UX32VD during a conference in its native Taiwan. Now, the company has confirmed its range-topping, next-generation Ultrabook will...

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  2. ikesmasher

    ikesmasher TS Evangelist Posts: 1,949   +381

    I think ill stick to my laptop that wont shatter when I drop it two inches, thank you very much.
     
  3. madboyv1

    madboyv1 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 958   +49

    Yeah, that's almost too small for my sanity checks, but I won't actually know unless I check it out in person.

    But... possibly the first ultrabook that actually fits all (but one) of my requirements for my next laptop. Still waiting till end of Q2 and Q3 models from the major brands, this is gonna be an interesting summer for me~
     
  4. all but the lower-end UX32A will be offered with optional 1080p IPS matte displays.


    do you think it'll be worth the extra money going to the next step up one for the 1080P display?
     
  5. It will be a start that most future notebooks large and small to bring out 1080p matte screen, following the iPad 3. After many years of complaining of low resolutions are coming to an end.
     
  6. Looks a little dangerous. I would never let my 2 year old near it. It might cut him or something worse. I think I will stay with my meaty laptop. It will be much safer when we surf Thomas the train on youtube.
     
  7. Wow! That's creative! It looks just like a MacBook Air from four years ago...
     
  8. wow thats funny, a modern macbook air looks just the same as it did 4 years ago.
     
  9. The review seems to indicate that the UX32A will offer the IPS matte display as an option.

    "They all bring backlit keyboards, refined trackpads, Intel's third-generation Core processors, and all but the lower-end UX32A will be offered with optional 1080p IPS matte displays."

    Is that incorrect?
     
  10. Never mind...I misread the review.
     


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