Asus U36 Notebook is the World’s Thinnest; Comes Sporting a Dual Heat Pipe Design

December 13, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Asus has lifted the wraps off its new U36 notebook with the promise of bringing into the market the world’s thinnest notebook. When we say the world’s thinnest, we really mean it as the new product has size specs that read a mere 19mm in thickness. The Asus U36 weighs just 1.44kg.

Compete with a standard-voltage Intel processor, the device sports an amazingly fresh unique thermal design that has been developed in-house at Asus.

As we all know, the ultra-thin notebooks that currently rule the market place do put to play a low voltage CPU owing to cooling and low power consumption capabilities. The new Asus U36 notebook goes a step ahead of all that and brings in a standard voltage Intel Corei3 or Corei5 processor.

The standard voltage Intel Corei3 or Corei5 processor  that hides under the U36 hood promises superior performance. Aiding this is the company’s own dual heat pipe design that helps in effectively dissipating heat from the CPU.

The alluring exterior design comes thanks to the  company’s use of ultra-light aluminum magnesium alloy for making the shell. One good aspect about the exterior is that it can remain free of moisture and dirt as Asus has thrown in a

soft-touch nanometer coating so as to help it retain its good looks even after much use.

On the power front is a four cell battery that promises maximum life even on the go. What makes us go for it is the sleek ultra thin design and we are sure we would like to taste it soon. How about you?

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