TechASUS Launch U46 Notebook with Intel Core i5 Processor

ASUS Launch U46 Notebook with Intel Core i5 Processor


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ASUS have today announced the launch of the 14” U46 notebook, featuring the second generation Intel Core i5 processor encased within a stunning ultra-slim design measuring less than 1 inch thick.


The ultra-slim 14” ASUS U46 notebook has stylishly unique features which make it highly portable and convenient for work and play whilst on the move.

Available in durable yet subtle brushed champagne-coloured metals, the U46 incorporates both substance and style to create an exquisite mix. Behind the slender frame, a 2nd generation standard voltage Intel© Core i5 processor is integrated alongside discreet NVIDIA® GeForce® GT540M graphics and 1GB of GDDR3 video memory. This action-packed array of features makes it perfect for fast multimedia and sleek performance multitasking.

With USB 3.0 technology (10x faster transfers than USB 2.0), the U46 bundles the exclusive ASUS USB Charger+, which charges devices in far less time than is typically required. Added to the already superb usage of up to 10 hours battery life, the U46 offers a highly desirable package for travellers, media buffs and business people alike.


Key Features:

Ultra Slim design measuring less than 1 inch thick
5.5mm thick 14” HD display (1366×768) with slim bezel surround
Constructed with spun aluminium covers and brushed metal
Hinge-forward design for wider viewing angles
2nd Generation standard voltage Intel© Core i5 processor
Discreet NVIDIA® GeForce® GT540M graphics
1GB GDDR3 video memory
Up to 10 hours battery life
USB 3.0 technology
ASUS USB Charger+ for faster USB device charging

Price wise, the U46 retails for £699 and is available now.

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