Asus has pulled the covers off a slew of new notebooks at CES today including the new K-Series, N-Series and new Bamboo notebooks. The interesting feature of the K series notebook is that it can tell the difference between when a palm is on the track pad and when it’s a finger. When a palm is recognized, the cursor will not move. The K series uses Intel Core i3 and i5 processors. The N-series computers all feature USB 3.0 ports and can be fitted with Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors. The N-series machines also have sound that uses SonicMaster audio technology for better sound. The notebook in the line also sport Video Magic software to upconvert normal DVDs to 1080p resolution.
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The new Bamboo notebooks have the same warm natural wood on the palm rest and lid to the notebook. Asus designed the machines with a minimalist look and a brushed aluminum frame. The machine can be fitted with Core i3, i5, and i7 processors and NVIDIA graphics options. Pricing and availability for the new notebooks is unknown at this time.
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