ASUS is the fourth notebook manufacturer to take the wraps off of a WiMAX-enabled laptop range today, joining Toshiba, Lenovo and Acer. The company has three models with integrated support for Sprint’s XOHM network, officially announced today, the F8Va-C2WM, N50Vn and M50Vm. The former is a slick ultraportable while the latter two are media center laptops both with Blu-ray.
The F8Va-C2WM will have Intel’s Core 2 Duo T9400 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 320GB hard-drive. It will also include ASUS’ Infusion technology, which protects the notebook from scratches and bumps in normal, day-to-day use. As for the N50Vn and M50Vm, they will both use Intel’s Centrino 2 P8400 processor with 4GB of RAM, a 250GB hard-drive and discrete NVIDIA 9600M video card.
Pricing for the F8Va-C2WM starts at $1,599, while the N50Vn and M50Vm will be priced from $1,399. The notebooks are believed to be available today.