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Asustek to showcase notebook audio-visual workstation at CES
Press release, January 2; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 2 January 2007]

Asustek Computer will showcase its XG Station, an audio-visual workstation for notebooks at the upcoming 2007 International CES in Las Vegas, according to the company.

The XG Station, equipped with discrete graphics chips, Dolby output and USB 2.0, give users better graphics and audio-visual effects when connected to their notebooks, the company said.

During CES, Asustek will also display its 12-inch W5Fe, a Vista SideShow-supporting notebook, and the G1 and G2 gaming notebooks, both equipped with discrete graphics chips.

Asustek XG Station

The XG Station
Photo: Company

Asustek SideShow notebook W5Fe

The W5Fe notebook
Photos: Company

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