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ASUS U30Jc 13.3-inch Notebook (Page 1)

Thin, sexy and packed with Core i3 power, the ASUS U30Jc is a very appealing notebook for those who want looks and performance.
By Shane McGlaun on Jul 4, 2010 at 11:07 pm CDT - 0 mins, 43 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 93%Manufacturer: ASUS

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Introduction

I'm never sure why some of the notebooks that perform the best aren't exactly good looking. Some of the good performances tend to be chunky notebooks that are not as easy on the eyes as some of the thinner machines with less power.

Today I am checking out the sexy little ASUS U30Jc notebook. The little machine is clad in shiny aluminum and has a very thin profile. That shiny aluminum and thin profile means that the machine looks very good and ASUS has put some nice hardware inside the attractive machine as well.

If you are shopping for a nice ultraportable, but you still expect good performance for when work has to get done, the ASUS U30Jc might be exactly what you are looking for. Read on for all the details on the ASUS U30Jc notebook computer.

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