Clearly inspired by the automotive version Lamborghini and Murcielago LP640, the ASUS Lamborghini is all sleek corners and bold colors. It’s a notebook that actually looks aerodynamic, which seems kind of unnecessary but at the same time oh-so-sweet.
And it’s got specs to match. Under the “hood” are the latest 2nd generation Intel Core i7 processors–Extreme Edition, no less. The display is turbo-charged by the Nvidia GTX 4 series card with a whopping 3GB of video memory. And while we’re talking whopping, the on-board memory goes all the way up to 16GB and the hard drive is a ginormous 1.5TB, which is practically enough to store the entire contents of your brain. And naturally it’s got USB 3.0 built in as well, ten times faster than USB 2.0. Because if you own a laptop called “Lamborghini”, the last thing you want to do is wait.
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