ASUS at CeBIT

ASUS plans to showcase its mobility products at this year’s Cebit in Hannover Germany, highlighting its notebooks, PDAs and pocket access points.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  March 11, 2004

ASUS plans to showcase its mobility products at this year’s Cebit in Hannover Germany, highlighting its notebooks, PDAs and pocket access points. The W1N notebook is aimed at the portable entertainment market and comes equipped with a 15.4” display, subwoofer speaker, powerful graphics, a TV tuner and a remote control. The WL-330g access point stands out due to its small size. It is the size of a deck of cards, making it easy to carry along with Centrino notebooks. It will allow you to create an impromptu wireless network wherever you find other Wi-Fi enabled PCs, notebooks and other devices. Asus is also showing off the MyPal A730, a PDA which comes with a high-quality VGA LCD screen, 1.3 million-pixel camera, 520MHz Intel Xscale processor and both Bluetooth and IrDA wireless connections. Asus will also debut a wireless hard drive, equipped with 802.11g technology.

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