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Asus at CES 2007 - notebooks, LCD displays, video cards, ...

Posted on Monday, January 08 2007 @ 00:35:27 CET by

Besides the SideShow laptop, the external graphics card station and a new Skype phone and Skype-supporting motherboards, Asus also has a bunch of other new products. Lets take a quick look of what the motherboard maker has to offer at CES.

First we have the two new Asus G1 and Asus G2 notebooks which are designed with serious gamers in mind. They are available with 15.4" and 17" widescreen displays and feature OLED instant display, side/front speakers, hotkey highlights and sidelights.

Another products is the ASUS'Asteio D22 digital audio/ video barebone center for the digital home. It will access, record and play back your favorite movies in up to 1080p resolution. It combines the functions of a Tivo program recorder, a location-free Internet media streaming server, and a Core Duo PC, all at a fraction of the price buying the separate components would cost. The whisper quiet (26dB) performance and attractive design make it a beautiful addition to your living room environment.

Asus also shows off its GeForce 7600 GT/HDTI video cards which feature a HDMI output to send 1080p and 6 channel uncompressed audio to your TV.

And to round up, the company also presents the new MW201U 20" and MW221U 22" LCD displays which feature a 1680 x 1050 pixels resolution



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