ASUS Technology, a brand better known for its products in the portable computing category, which include notebooks, laptops, among others has unveiled the Zenbook UX31 for the Indian market. Confirming in an official press release, ASUS confirmed the launch of its Zenbook UX31, which is touted as the thinnest notebook in the market. The Zenbook, adds ASUS, blends both design and performance capabilities.
ASUS Zenbook UX31 – the slimmest notebook!
ASUS claims to have worked upon user experience and aesthetics aspects of the Zenbook, more than they did for their previous products. To begin with, the ASUS UX31 features a silver exterior panel and a concentric circle design, which refracts the light falling on, which according to ASUS is visually appealing. The front of the Zenbook UX31 is 0.11-inch thick at the front and 0.67-inch at the rear. The Zenbook is powered by Intel's latest second-generation Core processors (optimized for mobile use). Also inclusive in the Zenbook package is SATA Revision 3.0 solid state storage of 256GB (SSD), Bluetooth V4.0 and USB 3.0. There is USB Charger+ technology, which will use the powered USB 3.0 port to recharge portable device in lesser time, than otherwise, confirms ASUS. To better cool the notebook amidst high action, ASUS claims to have designed custom cooling technology using a V-shaped channel with a unique copper finish design, which offers better airflow and cooling. The Zenbook UX31 comes in 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch size variants.
Interestingly, ASUS adds that when the battery levels of the Zenbook during any session goes below 5 percent, it will automatically save all the documents to avoid data loss. ASUS claims to have equipped the Zenbook with its SonicMaster technology, which according to ASUS gives the Zenbook, a wide sonic spectrum surround that can fill a room with soothing jazz or the tranquil sound of a mountain stream.
ASUS has priced its Zenbook UX31 at Rs.89,999 (MRP) for the Indian market.
Publish date: November 25, 2011 5:02 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 9:01 pm