Asus Debuts App Store, Lamborghini VX6 And New Eee PCs

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Asus has certainly been busy with new product announcements at Computex,and while the EeePad, EeeTablet and new introductions in the Republicof Gamers family are all swell, there's something special about Asus'partnership with one of the world's leading car brands. Closing up theloop on the company's bevy of announcements this week is a new machinein the exclusive Lamborghini line: the VX6.


This stunning ultraportable has been revised from the 2009 verion (VX5)with NVIDIA Ion graphics, 512MB of VRAM, Bang & Olufsen ICEpoweraudio technology, and a gorgeous white outer lid. The company is alsodebuting a few new Eee PCs for the netbook crowd, with the 1018, 1016and Seashell 1015 sliding out with few actual specifications to discussjust yet. We do know that users can expect a Super Hybrid Engine foradjusting the CPU to maximize power and/or save battery life, and thepromised 13.5 hours of usage should pique your interest regardless.




Asus Eee App Store, essentially a rebranded version of Intel's AppUp store.

Finally, the company has announced the Asus App Store, which just mightbe the most important and under-rated announcement of the week. It'sreported that this is being designed with future netbooks, UMPCs andtablets in mind, with a possible launch on MeeGo also in the cards.Intel itself has been pushing for a netbook-centric app store, and withAsus' lead in the netbook market, there's hardly a better company todevelop just that. Needless to say, the rest of this year should be veryinteresting as these Asus developments unfold. The netbook creatormight just be onto something even bigger.

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Those with the need for speed will be blown away by the ASUS-LAMBORGHINI VX6. A co-branded effort with supercar manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini, the VX6 delivers stunning visuals that match its chiseled lines thanks to the next generation NVIDIA ION graphics platform with 512MB VRAM. And with audio designed by Bang & Olufsen ICEpower, the VX6 has the audio equivalent of its namesake's V12 engines.

Following in its tracks come the fourth generation of Eee PCs™—namely the 1018, 1016, and the classic Seashell 1015. These Eee PCs' crafted lines are paired with various innovative materials for a distinctive feel that ranges from the touches of tactile aluminum for the 1018 to the soft-to-the-touch matte surface of the 1015.

This new range offers instantaneous web access on-the-go, allowing you to log onto ASUS Access for multimedia content downloads and ASUS WebStorage for easy file sharing capabilities. With ASUS Super Hybrid Engine, users can expect up to 13.5 hours of battery life.
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All these app stores annoy me. But I hope that one day they will combined and have one place to go for apps and updates like Linux has always had. Well I can dream I guess.

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