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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Quote Originally Posted by infernoaswen View Post
    oh dayum! which type of card did you used?

    perhaps we could get a microsd card & do some modification so that it wont be sticking out? Provided it can read a microsd card in the first place...
    Earlier in this thread there is a post about a MicroSD adapter kickstarter project that makes a 1/2 height sd card that holds a microsd card so you can get a flush mount on an macbook air. The same thing should probably work fairly well with the asus.

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corbin View Post
    I have seen the touchscreen notebooks, but can't see how it would be usefull - touchscreen is awesome on a tablet device. How would touchscreen benefit you on a notebook?
    Because the notebooks will have removable screens and become tablets on the go. However instead of the comical specs associated with the tablets today they will have all the power of modern laptops.

    Asus Transformer Books announced - powerful ultrabooks with detachable displays

    Quote Originally Posted by minnus View Post
    The difference is that a tablet is half the weight, and can be comfortably held. On an ultrabook, it would likely be sitting on a surface, and would thus be easier to just use the touchpad/mouse - Less movement, less fatigue.
    It's not half the weight when the keyboard is removed. An ipad weighs 1.5 pounds, a 13 inch ultrabook can weigh as little as 2.4. Imagine what an 11 inch will weigh without the keyboard and that will have 50 times the power on an tablet in existence. MS is betting their future on it and all of the laptop maker are jumping on that bandwagon.

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Asus UX31a vs Samsung S9 - Comparison Review

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Quote Originally Posted by reddd123 View Post
    I guess they know and you should what to expect once you do although that is a great price. That also has a TPM chip and Professional...it must be a mistake.

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Don1
    i recommend to take ux32vd with i7 and IPS/FullHD... And put inside whatever slim (7mm) SSD you like 128-512GB... Also you will get extra 32GB ssd on motherboard from Sandisk.
    And I also recommend to put 8GBx1 memory inside...
    With the same price you will get extra nvidia 620m gt graphics...

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Hey, for those who have wiped out bloatware and all the other stuff that consumes space on the asus zenbook ux31a-db51 (like on instant on thing), how much space do you guys have left? I have 74 gb left when turning on my laptop for the first time and

    should i do clean install?

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Quote Originally Posted by fantik View Post
    Don1
    i recommend to take ux32vd with i7 and IPS/FullHD... And put inside whatever slim (7mm) SSD you like 128-512GB... Also you will get extra 32GB ssd on motherboard from Sandisk.
    And I also recommend to put 8GBx1 memory inside...
    With the same price you will get extra nvidia 620m gt graphics...
    What exactly is on the iSSD? Is there system files we need on it if we put in our own ssd and install windows on that full size ssd?

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    Default Re: Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

    Quote Originally Posted by reddd123 View Post
    What exactly is on the iSSD? Is there system files we need on it if we put in our own ssd and install windows on that full size ssd?
    [GUIDE] UX32VD - How to install Windows 7 on the integrated 32GB SSD
    I don't know what was there. I formatted it firstly and put there windows7 installation disk files for installing windows to another SSD

    Now I use it as secondary SSD for backups and clone other important data from another primary SSD

 

 

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