Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 14 May 2010.
oooh that's pretty the 2/3gb memory thing is a shame though...
Wasn't this is CPC over a year ago?
Ohh very nice.
Nice machines, probably pretty nice to use too, but not at Â£75 extra!
It's sad, but when i look at this, all I can think of is Bender's downgrade to his wooden body in Futurama...
Some nice looking new laptops here and with the aluminium in the other post.
BTW in your first sentence you pressed ',' instead of 'm'!
"but when we last saw the, the bamboo was really just a lid covering"
oh I rather like the look of those, not in the market for a laptop at the moment but maybe next year when my current laptop celebrates its 8th birthday...
Panda's can't even be bothered to copulate - would they bother about food?
hmm the older ones look better
Of course they would. Why do you think they're so reluctant to copulate in the first place?
This puts me in mind of the wooden cabinet TVs from days of old - but in a good way. Very sleek design
Cool design, but I like the models better
to confirm, the entire laptop is recyclable? lcd? keyboard? pcb? cpu? mem?
if so, good job asus and well worth the extra cost
How does the bamboo effect heat dissipation? I thought the trend towards aluminium bodies was to aid cooling?
Wooden trackpad? Rubbing a wood sheet all day would wear it down pretty quick, quicker than plastic, right?
Actually I imagine the bamboo laminate on the trackpad would be quite tough and hardwearing. And just how much pressure are you going to put on a track pad anyway?
I figured it'd be even tougher. I've worn smooth many a keyboard and mouse, yet have seen hardwood floors a century old which are still quite decent. Wood is very durable, bamboo particularly so!
The touchpad in the picture looks pretty worn/greasy.
I think it looks great appart from that thickness! 34mm! Especially on a 13" laptop. At £900 i'd rather not.
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