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ASUS Zenbook Prime UX21A & UX31A with Full HD Display Announced

Ivy Bridge is coming and ASUS is getting ready, yesterday in Taiwan the Zenbook Primes, or the UX21A and UX31A were shown with glorious 1920 x 1080 IPS panels with a matte finish and excellent viewing angles.  Since this was a hands off event we’re…

My First Ultrabook! ASUS Zenbook UX31 with Tricked Out Paint Job

At CeBit 2012 Ultrabooks were a big topic for Intel, at their press event they even showed off a touch screen Ultrabook. Dotted around their booth and were the Acer Aspire S3, Toshiba R830 & the ASUS Zenbook UX31… with an impressive laser

Pimped Out ASUS Zenbook UX31 Outdoor Screen Test

Nicole has a pretty sweet ASUS Zenbook UX31 on long-term loan from Intel so that she can experience firsthand how well the Ultrabook will do as her daily driver. We have a hands-on video below that was shot outside so that you can see how…

Asus Zenbooks UX21 and UX31 On Sale Oct. 12, Starting at $999 (UPDATE: Official Video Presentation)

Yesterday Acer released their Aspire S3 Ultrabook for pre-order. Now Asus has officially launched their UX21 and UX31 Ultrabook offerings, which they are now calling “Zenbooks”.
Asus had a launch event in New York to unveil their contributions to the Ultrabook category, the 11.6″ Zenbook…

ASUS UX31 13.3″ Ultrabook Hands on [Video]

The Asus UX31 Ultrabook sports a 13.3 inch display with an amazing screen resolution of 1600 x 900.  The Ultrabook is predictably thin at 0.67 inches which is an idential height to the 11.6 inch UX21. The UX31… which does remind us of the Macbook

Another Ultrabook Round-Up For Your Perusal

Liliputing has a great round-up of specs for the 5 ultrabooks that were introduced at IFA 2011. It’s a nice companion article to the one we posted earlier from This is My Next, since that one mainly had video and lots of photos.


ASUS UX31 13.3″ Ultrabook Might Cost Up to $1600

Ultrabook are rumored to be hitting our shopping carts in Q3 and their appeal other than being Ultra… thin is their sub $1000 price point. According to sources over at Digitimes, actual production costs render the hope of hitting this price point impossible.