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ASUS N61JV brings NVIDIA Optimus to UK

ASUS N61JV brings NVIDIA Optimus to UK

ASUS USA may have beaten them to it when it comes to getting a NVIDIA Optimus notebook on the market, with the U30jc, but ASUS' UK arm has a 16-inch machine of their own that takes advantage of the automatic graphics switching tech.  The ASUS N61JV packs a 2.27GHz Core i5-430M CPU along with 4GB of DDR3 memory, but of course the interesting part is the dual-GPU thanks to both Intel GMA 4500MHD and NVIDIA GeForce GT 325M 1GB graphics.

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ASUS confirms Google and Windows Eee Pad tablets for 2010

ASUS confirms Google and Windows Eee Pad tablets for 2010

ASUS have slowly been trickling out details on their upcoming tablet strategy over the past few months, with quietly-debuted hardware at trade shows and talk of at least two models sometime in 2010, and now chairman Jonney Shih has thrown some OS talk into the mixture.  Speaking to Forbes, Shih confirmed that ASUS will be keeping a foot in both Microsoft's and Google's camps, with at least one machine running either Google Chrome OS or Android and another getting Windows, as they prepare to take on Apple's iPad.

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ASUS Eee PC 1018P spotted at CeBIT: Atom N455/N475, USB 3.0 & Bluetooth 3.0

ASUS Eee PC 1018P spotted at CeBIT: Atom N455/N475, USB 3.0 & Bluetooth 3.0

Out of all of the leaked ASUS netbooks we saw last week, the most interesting was the Eee PC 1018P.  That's now been officially announced at CeBIT 2010, and the Eee PC 1018P Prime looks even better in photos than it does in renders.  Clad in brushed aluminum, bearing USB 3.0 ports and promising 10hrs of battery life, the 1018P Prime also gets Intel N455 and N475 processors.

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Asus set to whip out two eReaders in Q2

Asus set to whip out two eReaders in Q2

Asus has already pulled the cover off a cool new eReader this year called the DR-950 that was tipped for launch in the second half of 2009. The new eReader has a 1024 x 768 resolution display and supports HTML and most eBook file types. Asus is reportedly set to launch two eReaders this year including the DR-950.

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ASUS DR-570 OLED ereader promises 3G, WiFi & 122hr battery

ASUS DR-570 OLED ereader promises 3G, WiFi & 122hr battery

ASUS have spilled the beans on an upcoming ebook reader, and rather than the typical E Ink panel we're so used to seeing, the ASUS DR-570 ereader will actually use a 6-inch high-brightness OLED panel.  Right now all we have is a small image - we're guessing it's a render - together with some basic specifications, but even from that scant information things are looking promising.

According to ASUS, the DR-570 will have both WiFi and 3G, as well as being capable of showing Flash video.  It'll also have a battery good for up to 122 hours on a single charge, and that's under real-world conditions with wireless turned on and videos being played, rather than solely monochrome text.

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