Asus F6 Scented Notebooks Unveiled

Posted: Aug 23 2008, 1:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:13am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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Asus unveiled a new set of Asus F6 notebooks that come in different styles with different fragrances. Why a notebook should have a smell is not really clear to me, but maybe you like it.
The lifespan of the fragrance applied to the Asus F6 depends on actual usage of the notebook. This means you should not lick it.
The available styles and fragrances sound like Axe deodorant names: Floral Blossom, Musky Black (photo), Morning Dew and Aqua Ocean.
The 13.3 inch Asus F6 features besides a smell a fingerprint scanner for secure access.
Other features of the scented F6 notebook include Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T9400/P8600/P8400 CPU options, ATI Mobility Radeon HD3470, up to 320GB SATA HDD and Wifi.
There is no information on pricing and shipping dates for the scented Asus F6 notebooks available.
Via this Asus announcement.

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