Asus Zenbook prime UX32VD
Asus has announced an updated line of its Zenbook Ultrabooks. These Ultrabooks have a very slim form factor, but it packs a dual core third generation Intel i3, i5 and i7 processors from 13.3 -11.6 inch HD 1080p IPS display and 4 GB of RAM. In addition, depending on the version has 3 USB 3.0 ports. All this for about the same price as the MacBook Air. But one of these Zenbooks allocated more than most Ultrabooks, because it is a GeForce GT 620M discrete graphics card (in conjunction with Intel 4000 graphics) and a hybrid storage system with 64 GB SSD and 500GB HDD.
This is not the first time that we saw in the video card of Ultrabook, but first it will have on the slim form factor. This provides greater functionality Zenbook then everyone else Ultrabooks including MacBook Air.
Asus Zenbook prime UX32VD sets standards for the upcoming Ultrabooks and will soon be updated versions of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. You will find several high-finish enhancements within the original model within the new Zenbook prime UX32. The display has become an Insolvency practitioners screen entirely HD, having a 1,920×1,080-pixel native resolution, although lower-resolution versions is going to be available.
The Asus Zenbook prime UX32VD also offers a discrete graphics card, almost uncommon inside a 13-inch ultrabook (although we have seen a couple of in bigger ultrabooks). Within this situation, this is an Nvidia GeForce 620M, that is combined using the integrated Apple HD4000 graphics.
Asus Zenbook prime UX32VD Price and Release date
The Asus UX32VD will cost between $1,299 and $1,499, depending on CPU, screen, and hard-drive options, and it’s expected around the same time as Intel’s second wave of Ivy Bridge CPUs in June.
Asus Zenbook prime UX32VD Specifications
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