Asus UL30A Laptop minimizes its footprint

by Rafael Hernandez on January 18, 2010 · 0 comments

When you’re lugging around a laptop wherever you go you tend to want something that takes up little space and doesn’t weigh so much, fortunately for everyone the trend in portable computing has been edging towards smaller computers.

The Asus UL30A trims the fat on a fully featured notebook and makes use of ultra low voltage processors to improve on battery life. InsideHW has the details:

Asus UL30A has a dualcore Core 2 Duo at 1.3 GHz, and his performance is obviously much better than most competitors. Given the low clock speed of CULV processor, one core is relatively easy to overload, so the presence of two cores is very easy to feel even in everyday usage. If you find that it’s not enough, the processor has a simple setting in BIOS that can overclock it by five percent. Graphic card is Intel integrated X4500MHD, and the last part of the label says it is able to assume part of the job when the system is decoding HD video, which leaves space to performing other tasks at the same time.

A slick little notebook for those with less than demanding needs.

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