The bionic notebook
Subject: Mobile | November 6, 2007 - 10:31 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ASUS has rebuilt the idea of a notebooks physical construction with the U1F Ultra Compact notebook. The shell is formed from carbon fibre, giving it great strength without adding to the weight, extras like a backlit LCD that is 1366x768 and treated with some special goop from ASUS that is designed to make the image much better than other screens. Drop by X-bit Labs to see how well this notebooks features were executed.
"The U1 series is interesting for a number of non-standard solutions utilized in it. Particularly, the use of new materials
(such as magnesium-aluminum alloy, robust carbon fiber, polished stainless steel), LED-based backlighting of the display,
longer battery life, etc. Today we are going to take a real close look at this solution in our review!"
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