The N series Notebook of Japan has been updated and after it’s revamped it is going to hit Japanese market first. The model N56VM Asus has been upgraded in terms of processors as it is updated with the newer Intel and Nvidia. It now carries a tag name Ivy Bridges, integrated with the Core i7-3610QM 2.3 GHz and a GeForce GT 630M coordinating the graphics. This model is scheduled to be available in Japan by tomorrow. It will be available at a price tag starting from 99,800 yen, or approximately U.S. $ 2,534.
On the display side this model counts 1920 x 1080 pixels 15.6 inches with a weight of 2.6kg and a full chassis. While other specs include an 8GB of RAM, 750GB SSD and a hybrid Blu-ray. If we see for connectivity it bears four USB 3.0 ports and a memory card slot.
Over all, N56VM is a very good laptop. It is most enjoyable to use just because of its good keyboard, touchpad and matte screen and also we found the sound quality to be exceptional, too. It can supply swift performance for office applications, but it can also be used capably as a gaming machine, as long as you aren’t used to playing with super-high detail settings. You can use this third generation Intel Core i7-based laptop for office work, gaming and other tough tasks.
This model is accompanied with the launch of notebooks and K55A K55VD. The main difference that you will find between the two models is presence of GeForce GT 610, Nvidia, in K55VD. Except for this the K-Series commences with rest of the same features including the 15-inch WXGA (1366 x 768 pixels), Intel Core i5-3210M 2.5 GHz. The two models have Two USB 3.0 ports and an SD card reader plus a USB 2.0 port.
The model K55A is going to be available in the land of Rising Sun at 59,800 yen or an equivalent U.S. $ 1,518 whereas the K55VD is little more expensive commencing with a price $ 1770 which is about 10,000 Yen more expensive.
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