ASUSTeK Computer Inc. has unveiled the final specifications of the ASUS-Lamborghini VX1 notebook . The VX1, priced at 2799 EUR (VAT included), is expected to be available in the market at the end of April.
The slim and light ASUS-Lamborghini VX1 is based on the latest Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology with Intel Core Duo processor T2500. The dual-core capability of the VX1 enables multitasking computing and provides fast processing performance that exceeds desktop level. The notebook works with short response time and carry out tasks without delays.
Meanwhile the ASUS Power4 Gear+ power management automatically adjusts CPU speed according to system load offering up to eight operation modes that are designed for gaming, watching DVD, listening to music and word processing. This innovation supposedly extends battery life up to 20-25 per cent, providing a reliable and continuous operation power on the go.
The notebook features built-in WLAN 802.11 a/b/g and Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR.
Full specs include a Colour Shine Glare Type 15-inch SXGA + (1400 x 1050) screen, 120GB hard drive and you can burn with the best of them with the dual-layer DVD writer .
Graphics should be great on the 15-inch display, especially considering that there’s a NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400 256MB graphics card to be found as well.
This however is not the first time a car manufacturer has joined forces with a computer company to produce a branded laptop. Acer has had a long-standing relationship with Ferrari producing labelled models, while Hummer in the States also has its own range of tough laptops .