Asus Zenbook Prime UX21A and UX32A coming to US
If you think folks could not stop discussing Ultrabooks a couple of months ago, only wait until June. That is when Intel could make the Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs dual-core version available, introducing a entirely new slim laptops wave. One such Ultrabook could be the new Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A and Asus Zenbook Prime UX32A, replacement to the Zenbook that released on the first Ultrabooks at last year.
We have seen details about the Asus Zenbook Primes ultrabooks leak out several times, but ASUS now has announced officially that their adding the fresh Ultrabooks to the America. Previous details were quite much spot along: the new Asus Zenbook Primes could feature Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs in forms of Core i5 and Core i7, and as the default displays could have the standard 1366×768, an option of 1080p IPS will be available at whole models.
There are 3 variants: the 13.3-inch Asus Zenbooks Prime UX32A and UX31A and 11.6-inch UX21A. All could have the alternative to include a IPS panel 350-nit 1080p (yep, even the 11.6-inch), keyboards featured with aligned pitch plus backlighting, and a fine-tuned touchpad. The Asus Zenbook Primes UX21A and UX31A could include Intel’s integrated SSDs and HD 4000 GPU, while the UX32A could boast a hybrid hard drive. In the meantime, the UX32VD could have a separate NVIDIA GT 620M VGA. Connectivity at the 13.3-inch UX31A lets in two USB 3.0 ports, an SD card slot and microHDMI. Radios let in WiFi b/g/n, and support to dual band 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.
ASUS state that the 13.3-inch models could begin from approximately $999, eventhough that price could pretty quickly climb north once you begin adding on whole the upgrades. There is no word at pricing to the 11.6-inch model. Since for when you are able to feed your eyes at those 1080p panels, ASUS Is not saying, altho we imagine Intel Is not pretty ready to unveiling the Intel Ivy Bridge mobile chips just yet. Once they do, anticipate to see a faster the new Asus Zenbook Primes release date.