Asus Computer International is leading the charge at CES, with their impressive selection of netbooks and notebooks.
At Tuesday’s press conference, the company discussed touch-based computing and a new ultraportable with 512 GB SSD that will run for up to eight hours on a single charge. Unfortunately, the new Asus Eee T91 and T101 swivel-touchscreen netbooks have no release date yet, but it looks like they’ll be ready in ‘09. CEO Johnny Shih said that they are also thinking about doing an Android-based Eee PC.
The swivel-touchscreens were a big hit in the ASUS booth, as was the newly announced W90Vp gigantic gaming laptop (pictured below). At 18.4-inches it comes close to Dell and HP’s record of 20.1-inches. Powered by an Intel Core Duo with up to 6GB of RAM and a dual 500GB hard drive, ASUS calls it the “Ultimate Multimedia Notebook.”
Also, if you’re jumping on the “green” bandwagon, be sure to check out the limited edition ASUS U6 Bamboo Notebook…
Where to see it:
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