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Asustek unveils next-generation Lamborghini VX2 notebooks
Press release, January 15; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES [Monday 15 January 2007]

Asustek Computer has announced the next-generation of its Lamborghini notebook series – the VX2. Based on the latest Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology and Microsoft's Windows Vista operation system, the company claims the VX2 offers brand new capabilities in security, performance, reliability, and manageability.

The VX2 is designed to look, feel and run like a supercar, says the company. Aluminum-magnesium alloy and carbon fiber are used in the notebook's shell which sports the signature Lamborghini colors, yellow and black. The system features a metallic keyboard, and a leather palm rest area has been added to give a touch of car-interior-like luxury.

Asustek's next-generation Lamborghini VX2 notebook

Asustek Lamborghini VX2 series notebooks
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