Thursday, March 15th 2007

ASUS will have a lot to show at CeBIT

Fudzilla reports that ASUS will have a wide variety of products to show at CeBIT.

First off, there will be notebooks:

The VX2 notebook from the Lamborghini line will be available for viewing. The W5Fe will make an appearance, as as the world's first SideShow notebook.

Also from the notebook department, there is the ultra-portable U1F, weighing in at less than 1kg:

Next, two monitors will be presented:

The LS201 20 inch LCD monitor that provides slim elegance. The display has a jewel-class glass for both aesthetical and protective reasons, so it won't be scratched ever again. It has a contrast ratio of 2000:1. The other one is more interesting, of course because it supports HDCP function with DVI input. It is a 22 inch wide-screen with a 16:10 screen ratio, and it has a fast 2ms Response Time.

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Last but not least, ASUS plans to show off some devices aimed at overclockers:

The first of them is ASUS OC Gear which is a interesting device for computer enthusiasts. It is a real-time overclocking device for graphics cards. It displays graphic card information like GPU temperature and the current FPS. And with a little spin you can adjust GPU speed and GPU fan speed. Next in line is a notebook users wet dream, external graphic card. At CeBIT, ASUS will be hosting a public demonstration of XG Station. It is equipped with Express Card interface, USB 2.0 and Dolby Headphone output.

ASUS will also have a water cooled GeForce 8800 on display:

Source: Fudzilla
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6 Comments on ASUS will have a lot to show at CeBIT

#1
ex_reven
ahhh asus
my favourite brand of computing elegance
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#2
demonbrawn
I wonder how well that real time overclocker will be received... Is there no option for seperate core and mem speeds?
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Wow...Asus is putting alot of hands in the honey jar. Some of these products are nice. Im really looking forward to the real time overclocker for video cards. Id like to see some video demos or summat on these. However, and I digress this. Most companies who branch out too thin...wind up shorting products they were really good at making. Lets hope it doesnt happen here.
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#4
kakazza
Wow, I am not somebody who uses WC, but look at that. The other "card" is actually watertank, radiator, fan... in one.

WC made easy. I guess if this works out well, it will attract more performance enthusiasts who were afraid to touch WC just yet :)
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#5
demonbrawn
Wow, I am not somebody who uses WC, but look at that. The other "card" is actually watertank, radiator, fan... in one.

WC made easy. I guess if this works out well, it will attract more performance enthusiasts who were afraid to touch WC just yet
Interesting point, but what about people who want SLI? That WC setup take up the whole board haha.
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#6
Conti027
i need new monitor and thos look nice
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