Asus unleashes ultra-thin U36 notebook

These laptops just keep on getting thinner, with the latest to enter the super slim brigade arriving in the form of the Asus U36.

The 19mm thick magnesium alloy netbook features clever technology that means it keeps itself clean, so you can transport it anywhere you go. Dirt, water and fingerprint marks are repelled by the laptops nanometer coating. Mucky-pups will also like the seamless chiclet keyboard which keeps those crumbs at bay. 

The laptop itself features something called the ASUS Super Hybrid Engine that allows for USB 3.0 toggling. Nvidia graphics with Optimus technology, a standard voltage i5 processor and 13.3 inch HD tft display make up the rest of the U36's hardware specs. 

Asus has managed to preserve battery life despite the standard voltage i5, squeezing an 11.5 hours out of the laptop. This is partly due to a dual heat pipe design that keeps the laptop cool and small in size.  

500GB of storage and a 5 in 1 card reader also means you can back up snaps or other media on the go.

Available in either silver or black and priced in at £699, the U36 is set to hit stores before the end of this month. 

 

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