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Monday, 16 July 2007 09:56

Asus U3 series to have GPS

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As well as HDMI and eSATA


According to Notebook Review, the upcoming Asus U3 series will not only be another leather clad model from Asus, but it should also feature a wide range of cool features.

For starters, this 13.3in notebook will have built in GPS and it has a built in GPS antenna with the option to use an external one.

It also has discrete graphics in the shape of a GeForce 8400M, but this can be switched off and you can use the integrated graphics instead if you want to save some power. The U3 also has HDMI for connecting it to HD TV's.

 

The U3 is also one of the first notebooks we've seen that features integrated eSATA, which makes it easy to attach high-speed external storage devices to it.

It won't be cheap though, as it'll start at around $2,000, but it looks like you do get quite a lot of laptop for your money.

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