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    Default ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    Here are some initial specs on the new Z84Jp for those of you that might be interested:

    Piano Black Painted Finish

    LCD Size / Type
    17" Wide / Glare

    LCD Resolution
    WSXGA+ (1680x1050)

    Chipset
    Intel 945PM

    Supported FSB
    667/533 MHz

    Core 2 Duo (Merom)
    up to T7600

    Memory Support
    DDR2 533/667 MHz
    SODIMM

    Total Max Memory
    4GB

    HDD Support
    SATA (2.5")

    OS Supported
    Vista Ultimate
    Vista Premium
    Vista Basic
    Windows XP

    Graphics
    nVidia 7600 512MB

    TV Out
    S-Video / HDMI

    Video Out
    VGA

    Audio
    Azalia Compliant Audio
    4 High-quality speakers
    w/ 1 Subwoofer, SPDIF

    LAN
    10/100/1000 - Gigabit

    Modem
    V.92 MDC Fax/Modem

    Wireless Support
    PCIe Mini-Card (not included)

    Bluetooth
    YES

    Integrated Camera
    (2.0MP)

    USB 2.0
    4

    IEEE 1394
    1

    External SATA Connector
    1

    Memory Card Reader
    7-in-1

    Slot: Exprees Card / PCMCIA
    Express Card

    Battery
    6 cell

    Weight
    4kg (with Battery)

    Dimensions
    394 x 287 x 36~43.5 mm

    DVDRW
    Included

    Carrying Bag
    Included

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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    Is ASMobile the new brand name for the Built Ons? To differentiate the lines?

    Kind of like how ASRock is low-end Asus motherboards?
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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    I there a more populated battery (more than 6 cell battery) available for now?
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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    ASMobile is the new name over the old "Built on Asus"

    At this time i don't have any info any other battery sizes.

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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    Are there any pictures available of the Z84J yet?

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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    Here Is One
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails z84j.JPG  

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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    Thanks Danny. Shiny and black, as advertised.

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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    Here is one:

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    Default Re: ASMobile Z84Jp Introduced

    It's Hugeeeeeee (anyone who lives in the Northeast and has seen a Fucillo Auto Mall commercial should laugh now)
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    ASUS Z33Ae - P-M 760 2.0 Ghz, 1.5 GB DDR2, 80GB 7K100 7200RPM, 9-cell, Prime95 Stable < P-M ULV Voltages

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    This is complete garbage. If you match the specs fo the g2 they cost the same fully configured give or take a few $$. the low end vga card and the bulky design and hi price..... Yet again asus shows a willingness to kill their barebone line. I dont know who is the target audience for this. This will not sell if you ask me. Give it a month and asus will either start rebating it or kill it by the end of the first quarter. Very very disapointing.

 

 
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