Asus have brought world's first 19mm thin notebook new U-series U36SD in the market with new stylish looking and high quality performance and having 13.3-inch size of screens. This U-series laptop is powered by Intel Core i5 2430M Processor and run on genuine Windows- 7 Home Premium operating system. The body surface of U36SD notebook consists of highly durable magnesium-aluminum alloy cover which helps you to handle it easily while carrying. It has a silky nanometer coating which makes laps more comfortable when you work on notebook for a long time and also keeps clean from fingerprint and dust. In our busy life the more we works with our computer the more it gets the internal temperature hot and we often face this problem. Asus engineers gave lots of efforts in this place and provides you a Exclusive Thermal Technology that gives your palm and the system more rests. The display comes with 13.3-inch(33.8cm) having 16:9 HD (1366x768) LED backlight. It offers you a light weighted body with 1.4kg which helps to carry in anyplace with you.
The internal storage capacity consists of 750 GB 7200rpm HDD and 4 GB DDR3 1333 MHz SDRAM. This notebook provides you NVIDIA Optimus Technology having with 1GB DDR3 VRAM that gives you the maximum experiences of gaming performance. The wireless service comes up with WLAN 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. Also it has a inbuilt 5 -in-1 ( SD/ MS/ MS Pro/ xD/ MMC) card reader and a 0.3 Mega Pixel web camera which offers you take snapshots. If you too worry about the battery services, then this notebook offers you a better battery life. The battery consists of 8-cells and promises to run up to 10-hours stand by time. The you NVIDIA Optimus Technology auto-switches between the dedicated GT 520M GPU and integrated graphics to set up the visual intensity and that's why we get a long battery life.
Are you too worried about warranty? Hey, don't be too worry. Because Asus gives you 2-year limited International hardware warranty (vary from country to country) and a 1-Year Global On-Site warranty. Also you get a carry bag and a mouse with this notebook absolutely free.
Audio: Built-in Speakers And Microphone
Interface: 1 x Microphone-in jack
1 x Headphone-out jack (SPDIF)
1 x VGA port/Mini D-sub 15-pin for external monitor
1 x USB 3.0 port(s)
2 x USB 2.0 port(s)
1 x HDMI
Output :19 V DC, 3.95 A, 75 W
Input :100 -240 V AC, 50/60 Hz universal
3/ 2 pin compact power supply system.
The notebook is little bit pricey which is around Rs. 55,299(excluding Vat).
If you are thinking and little confused till now then I will recommend you to buy this Asus U36SD notebook since to get good result you shouldn't think about investment.
they experience with the vt model on top of that this model comes with a split mouse click with two denfied buttons instead of a single bar that you use each side of. This is my first laptop although i'm very familiar with a lot of laptops. The battery life is good, it's portable although it's a bit heavier than i expected. As far as gaming goes (i'm a big gamer) so far i've only run civilization 4 and it runs perfectly on high settings i have yet to try starcraft 2 although i'm assuming that finally the reduced processing power will catch up to me there but aside from that the lower power processor hasn't really caused me problems. The touchpad is also very nice and simple. Cons: I have only two issues with this computer. First, is that the battery moves around just a bit i think a review said 1/16 of an inch and that's pretty accurate. Second, similar to it's buddy the ul80VT this computer occasionally gives off a high pitched whine. This whine drove me completely up the wall in under five minutes but after shutting down and rebooting it went away. That's the first time it's occurred but i've also only owned this computer for about 2 days. Other Thoughts: Although the whine is annoying the fact that it's happening elsewhere makes me feel a little better that something isn't breaking. I gave this computer 4 eggs because it's everything i wanted but the whine and the battery moving really are unacceptable flaws that asus should fix because they're so minor and without them this computer is really nice. I however am willing to not worry about them because this computer is only 600 (elsewhere) and aside from those issues it works perfectly for me. I'm a computer science student in college so it's nice to finally get some portability to program on. This is my first review but i felt obligated to do it because i had to base my decision to get this computer off the reviews for the VT. Hope this helps for anyone thinking about buying it.