New K and N Series of Asus Notebooks

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Asus will showcase a new range of N and K series of notebooks in Milan in 2012. Are rumors that they will use Intel Ivy Bridge processors later on true?

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Answered By 95 points N/A #159285

New K and N Series of Asus Notebooks


ASUS is bringing to the market new experiences of the people, with their new N Series, K Series and also U Series Bamboo Collection notebooks at this year. You want to know about its processors right?

Actually it is coming to the market with the new Intel® Core™ processors. But it has not revealed that, this new series of Notebooks are powered by Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors. It’s even not proven the truth but a rumor.

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Basically, this Notebooks are specially designed to provide the best in mobile multimedia entertainment with more comfort and style than the past.

It features USB 3.0 connectivity that gives you up to 10 times faster multimedia data transfer rates compared to USB 2.0. It contains SonicMaster audio technology that serves the customer a new experience in music.

There are also sepculations that these set of new series will run with Intel Sandy Bridge. If you want to learn more, keep in touch with this site: ASUS K and N Series at Milan

Answered By 0 points N/A #159286

New K and N Series of Asus Notebooks


Dear Halton Roy,

Asus N series, K series are now already in Singapore, Team Asus announced already the entrance of Asus N series and K series which is an Ivy bridge laptop and another series of Ivy bridge, ROG G series will come into market by this June.

I think the rumor is right on Asus N56, N76, N46 and K55 model which is Ivy Bridge accompanied by Intel Corporation. So according to those news agency its quite clear that Asus N series and K series are hitting on with Intel corporation’s technologies processor ivy bridge.

Hope this is going to be a desire info for you. Please let me know if anything else I can do for you.

Thank You.

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