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ASUS first to launch notebooks with Radeon HD 4600

N81Vp and N51Tp timed with new Mobilities

| Laptops News | Posted: Jan 9, 2009 6:46 am

ASUS had today announced the first notebooks to make use of AMD's ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4600 series GPUs, also released today.


The two models include ASUS' N81Vp and N51Tp and along with leveraging the latest in GPU technology, they also include other advanced features in the way of efficiency with the use of the Super Hybrid Engine (SHE) being said to preserve battery life by up to 35% more than standard notebooks running identical specs. The built-in Express Gate operating system is also implemented along with ASUS' SmartLogon facial recognition system.


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Briefing over the Mobility Radeon HD 4600 series GPUs, these are DX10.1 based which offer performance closely equivilent to HD 3850 desktop models. You can read full details about the new Mobility series of GPUs here.


ASUS official PR on the new N series notebooks can be found here.


ASUS is proud to announce the world's first notebooks equipped with the AMD ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4600 Series GPU-the ASUS N81Vp and N51Tp. These notebooks will leverage the new GPU technology to deliver astounding multimedia experiences for discerning consumers. Furthermore, each N Series notebook also comes with innovative technological developments such as the highly-efficient Super Hybrid Engine (SHE), the built-in Express Gate operating system and the SmartLogon facial recognition system.


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