ASUS shows more Sandy Bridge based notebooks

Based on Intel Huron River platform, ASUS P31S and P41S are equipped with Sandy Bridge processors and Nvidia discrete graphics cards.

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ASUS has updated its notebook line-up with two more models: P31S and P41S. Both are based on Intel Huron River platform.

The novelties can be equipped with 2nd generation of Intel Core processors (a.k.a Sandy Bridge), Core i3-2310M, Core i3-2410M, Core i5-2520M or Core i7-2620M. Notebooks come with storage drives (capacity of up-to 750 GB ) two SO-DIMMs slots for up-to 8GB of DDR3 memory, Gigabit Ethernet adapter, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n module, optional Bluetooth 2.1 module, 3-in 1 card reader, 0,3-megapixel camera and Altec Lansing sound speakers.

ASUS P-series notebook

ASUS P31S has 13,3-inch display and NVIDIA’s discrete graphics card GeForce GT 520M with 1 GB of memory, whereas, P41S models uses 14-inch display with a GeForce GT 540M 1GB video card.

ASUS P-series notebook

Both notebooks are enclosed into metallic cases that protect it from external actions while supplied keyboard can even stand against liquid spills. Notebook batteries, 6 and 8-celled respectively, deliver up-to 10 hour of autonomous device operation. They also can get charged to 90% of its overall capacity for just 90 minutes. ASUS P31S and P41S are shipped with pre-installed Windows 7 OS and LoJack software. The last is dedicated to help in notebook searches in case notebook gets lost or stolen.

Unfortunately, there is not information of release dates or prices for ASUS P31S and P41S.

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