Tuesday, August 10th 2010

ASUS Announces B43 and B53 Commercial Series Notebooks

Reliable and secure, ASUS Commercial Series notebooks are designed to perform in the business world. They have been subjected to stringent durability tests which include drop and pressure tests that surpass industry standards. These notebooks come with Anti-Shock Hard Drives, smart card access, TPM and fingerprint logins as well as ASUS Secure Delete to provide unprecedented levels of security.

The B Series notebooks feature the latest Intel Core processors with vPro technology as well as switchable graphics that offer both energy-efficiency and optimized performance modes. ASUS has partnered with battery manufacturer Boston-Power to provide the Nordic Ecolabel and China CEC-accredited battery for the B43 and B53 Commercial Series notebooks. These batteries maintain peak performance for over 900 charge cycles--more than triple the normal lithium ion battery life cycle. And with ASUS Xpress Charge, a fully- drained battery can be charged to 90 percent capacity in just 90 minutes.
In addition to security measures like smart card, TPM, and fingerprint logins, ASUS Secure Delete lets the user completely erase data via a drag-and-drop interface. In some markets, there is also the optional Intel Anti-Theft Technology and Computrace LoJack for Laptops, which allows the user to trace and recover stolen notebooks.

ASUS B Series notebooks are the world's first to offer ATI Eyefinity multi-display technology, allowing for simultaneously connections on up to three displays. The notebooks can be paired with the ASUS Power Station II dock for easy connections to a range of peripherals and communication devices.
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2 Comments on ASUS Announces B43 and B53 Commercial Series Notebooks

switchable graphics
How? it uses the 5470 ... no optimus there so HOW?
and whats that "ATI Switchable™ Graphics " and how can i get it to work with my 5470 ?

OHHH and I want Eyefinity as well
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"Intel vPro technology helps IT reduce maintenance costs by enabling remote configuration, diagnosis, isolation, and repair of infected PCs even when the operating system is unresponsive or the PC is turned off."

That sound like interesting...

And yes that switchable graphics sounds a bit odd, since I haven't seen any news about AMD doing the same thing as Optimus from NV.
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