Asus Unveils UnLimited Series of CULV Laptops

Intel's CULV chips are to usher in a new generation of ultra-thin and light notebooks, and Asus is ready to show off its offerings in the new UnLimited Series, or UL for short, of notebooks that all measure no more than 1-inch thick.

The Asus UL line stretches across seven different models, some of which feature dedicated graphics with the Nvidia GeForce G210M. One neat trick for the models with the discrete GPU is that users will be able to toggle between dedicated and integrated graphics for the purpose of controlling energy consumption and graphics power.

Screen sizes for the line range from 12.1-inches to 15.6-inches and weights between 3.3 lbs to 4.6 lbs. Paired with the CULV Core 2 Duo processor, these notebooks have decent capabilities in the segment. Perhaps the most impressive bullet point of all is that select models of the UL series will be able to achieve a battery life of up to 12 hours.

The Asus UL notebooks should be filling retail channels shortly. Check out Asus' page for a full rundown of the configurations.

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  • burnley14
    Much more enticing than the Adamo on the previous page.
  • pug_s
    Acer and Dell are already making cheap lightweight culv laptops. I wonder what are the prices? If it cost more than $600, then it is a ripoff.
  • Comage
    This "up to" 12 hours is always a screwed up term to use in marketing.