About ASUS Laptops and the NX90 Model
ASUS is a brand name that’s taken from the last four letters of Pegasus, the famous winged horse in Greek mythology. This creature is said to be the symbol for inspiration for art and education – something that the people from ASUSTek Computers would like to impart in their products. It looks like they have succeeded so far, especially when speaking of ASUS laptops.
Among all their products, their notebook PCs are the most applauded even by some of the world’s achievers in extraordinary missions.
Sergei Avdeyev, the cosmonaut who once held the record for cumulative time spent in space, has attested to the dependability of these ASUS products even in the grueling conditions in outer space. He’s mentioned that he was able to use the ASUS notebook without any problem even if he’s left it on all day – proving the excellent heat dissipation capacity of the PC.
Captain Wang Yongfeng, the head of the Chinese mountaineering team that made it to the 8,848.43 meter-high Qomolangma Peak, has also claimed the excellent performance of ASUS laptops. The ASUS U5, in particular, was able to function even upon reaching the world’s highest peak.
If ASUS has proven its name in performance, it seems to have taken its excellence to include more aesthetics. Its NX90 stands out among the latest notebooks available. It appears to have been produced for those who want the best things in life. It’s like a complete multimedia center in a sleek, portable package.
Armed with second generation (2011) Intel Core i7 processor, the NX90 provides smooth, clear and detailed visuals on a fully HD widescreen 18.4-inch display that’s LED-backlit. The stunning images are also attributed to its NVIDIA GeForce technology.
Unparalleled visuals must have excellent audio, of course. And the audio produced by NX90 is its other element that makes it one of the hottest goods in the market. Its sound technology is powered by ASUS SonicMaster and the ICEpower of no less than Bang & Olufsen.
B&O’s David Lewis, who has been given the title Royal Designer for Industry by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, lends his talent to this product. With the NX90 he’s given a whole new meaning to notebook design. Its excellent sound is delivered by the large chambers built on each side of the wide screen. It actually looks like a mini flat screen TV. This notebook has dual touch pads, one on either side of the keyboard for ergonomic purposes. All these are elegantly packaged in a slim gadget in polished aluminum.
The NX90 is just one of ASUS’s latest creations. For those who are planning to buy ASUS laptops and have some other notebook features in mind, the brand’s other top performers like the Zenbook are worth a try.