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Ivy Bridge Zenbook with FHD IPS screen UX21A UX31A UX32A UX32VD

Discussion in 'Asus' started by Mech0z, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. nicedeath

    nicedeath Notebook Enthusiast

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    if the memory comes tomorrow i will try to make some high res pics from the inside. then everybody can see whats can/could be removed
     
  2. CompUG

    CompUG Notebook Evangelist

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    z4srh Notebook Enthusiast

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    Asus will announce the Zenbook Infinity next week instead.
     
  4. Deathalo

    Deathalo Notebook Consultant

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    Lol, they seriously have some balls teasing with pictures instead of giving us a date when clearly everyone is upset with them. And not good balls, big y balls that make them do stupid things.
     
  5. abba4u

    abba4u Notebook Enthusiast

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    just found about the new zenbook.... ya little late.

    I read almost 46 pages....phew. Waiting for nicedeaths' mystery cracker!!!
     
  6. quazeal

    quazeal Notebook Guru

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    Guys! If you look at the last page of the comments of the Anand review of the UX21a and go to the final comment, you'll see that a Turkish man received his UX21a and found an ADATA SSD inside! I think that means the rumors about holding it back to swap out the SanDisk are true!
     
  7. Deathalo

    Deathalo Notebook Consultant

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    Very interesting, you may be right about this, and would be a welcomed change, and definitely worth the wait.
     
  8. urbanglowcam

    urbanglowcam Notebook Deity

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    Actually, even better, he didn't say it was a UX21A, but in fact a UX31A!

    "I got the UX31A today and it has the 256GB ADATA XM11 Sandforce SSD! the package has the Sandforce Driven by LSI sticker. Also on the aliminium case. The model is UX31A-R4003V Turkish model with i7 cpu, FHD IPS Panel and 256GB SSD. I do not know if sandisk versiona exist. It was a nice surprise, I was worries about Sandisk U100 but it turns out to be Adata Sandforce :)"

    I told him to post photo proof in here if possible but I believe him. :)
     
  9. simmi91

    simmi91 Newbie

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    Already have ordered a Zenbook Prime UX31a-4002, as they are now available in Germany, will post which ssd will be in there, think will arrive at monday or tuesday.
    @urbanglowcam
    Have you already "tested" your new Book, read at T-break about bad fan noise, others don't mention this, would be interesting to know from real consumer and not preproduction samples. maybe anyone else can report something about that. if its such a great issue i will order the 900x3c from samsung.
     
  10. urbanglowcam

    urbanglowcam Notebook Deity

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    Excellent simmi, thanks. I think we'd all appreciate that.

    Also, I don't have the UX31A. Sorry if I made that confusing but I was just quoting what someone mentioned on AnandTech.com in the comments section.

    AnandTech - ASUS Zenbook Prime (UX21A) Teardown
     

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