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Nov 11, 2011

Intel Quad-Core Sandy Bridge Powered Asus N75 Gets Listed in Europe

Announced at the end of September, Asus' N75 multimedia notebook has now started to reach stores in Europe, various models making their appearance including a quad-core powered version that retails for 1,089€ ($1,487). 

The notebook is housed inside a chassis sketched by the same David Lewis who also drew the N73 and it comes with a 17.3-inch display sporting a Full HD resolution and an Asus ColorShine finishing.

Under the hood, the Asus N75SF-TZ110V model, which was spotted by Laptop Spirit, is powered by a quad-core Intel processor, the Core i7-2670QM, which comes clocked at 2.2GHz and is seconded by 6GB of system memory (upgradable to 8GB).

The fast Intel processor is paired with a discrete Nvidia GeForce GT 555M graphics core based on the GF106 architecture.

This features 144 unified shaders, a 590MHz GPU clock speed, and no less than 2GB of 900MHz DDR3 frame buffer.

The Nvidia GPU also includes support for the Optimus technology, which automatically switches between the integrated Sandy Bridge GPU and the discrete graphics in order to save battery life.

As far as storage is concerned, customers of this Asus notebook get a pair of 750GB hard drives with a spindle speed of 7200RPM, to provide them with a total 1.5TB of capacity.

The standard version of the N75 is configured with a DVD burner, but the N75SF-TZ110V version of the notebook upgrades this to a Blu-ray combo drive.

Apart from the usual connectivity features that find their way in most of today's notebooks, the N75 includes a pair of USB 3.0 ports as well as an HDMI 1.4 video output.

Just like the last year N-series models, the N75 is equipped with a Bang & Olufsen ICE Power high-fidelity audio sound system paired together with Asus' own SonicMaster technology.


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