Super Savers – Asus K50IJ Laptop

October 9th, 2009 in .Laptops & Netbooks
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You don’t have to break the bank to get a laptop with clout. The ASUS K50IJ gives you a whole lot more for your money

Buying on a budget doesn’t mean you have to settle for less with your laptop. If you need a good all-round performer for use at home or at work, the ASUS K50IJ laptop offers incredible value. Its 15.6″ widescreen display provides the perfect balance of portability and usability, and at just 2.5kg this laptop won’t weigh you down when you’re on the move.

The Intel® Core™ 2 Duo mobile provides up to 30% faster performance* with multi-tasking applications and stretches battery life to up to five hours. With hard drive capacities up to 320GB and up to 4GB of RAM, the Asus K50IJ can cope with any application, no matter how demanding.

The Asus K50IJ is well-suited to entertainment, too. Optional NVIDIA GeForce 120M GT graphics turbo-charge games and deliver flawless 1080p HD video playback. Full DirectX 10 compatibility ensures an outstanding 3D games experience, while intelligent power management provides graphics performance best-suited to the power source.

Manufactured using the same innovative moulding technology as the award-winning ASUS N Series, the Asus K50IJ is built to last – which is more than can be said of some budget laptops…

Cool running
While some laptops can get too hot to handle, the Asus K50IJ laptop uses ASUS IceCool technology to keep keyboard and palm-rest temperatures at a cool 27oC.

Ideal for entertainment
The LED-backlit screen has a 16:9 aspect ratio that’s a perfect match for widescreen movies, and high quality SRS audio puts you right.

Superior graphics
NVIDIA CUDA technology allows the laptop processor to offload demanding image manipulation tasks to the graphics processor for vastly increased performance.

ASUS Super Hybrid Engine


Choose between high performance and better battery life, according to your needs of the moment and the laptop’s power source. The processor can be overclocked to speed up certain tasks, while components can be turned off to cuts the power consumption by up to 35%.

 

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