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Notebook SUV from ASUS

ASUS B51E combines performance and resistance to aggressive environments.
Laptop Asus B51 (image from the site of developers)
First of all, it will interest people who often travel or they need a computer in the field, which can withstand the difficulties of travel, as well as function reliably, despite the harsh environmental conditions. For this group of users, ASUS has created a laptop B51, which has a durable housing, excellent performance and reliability.

B51 is designed to withstand various mechanical damage. The body is made of lightweight and durable magnesium alloy with rubber pads along the edges, which provides excellent protection of its components from bumps, scratches and falls from a small height. The laptop screen is covered with a special protective film, which also prevents scratches. The keyboard has a special channel for drainage.

In general, the design of the B51 can be characterized as an “off-road vehicle” capable of withstanding most of the aggressive mechanical effects that conventional laptops cannot withstand. The computer meets the requirements of the American standard MIL-STD-810F ( Method 516.5 Procedure IV ). And this means that the laptop is not afraid of shocks, shaking, vibration and falling on a hard surface from a height of 75 centimeters.

CPU:Intel® Core ™ 2 Duo Processor T8300 / T8100 / T5850 / T5750
Chipset:Mobile Intel® GM965
Video:Intel GMA X3100 Gfx (integrated into the chipset)
WiFi:Intel® PRO / Wireless 3945ABG / 4965ABGN
RAM:RAM DDR2 667MHz, up to 4GB (2 slots)
Winchester:SATA HDD up to 320GB & ODD S-Multi
Additionally:Built-in webcam 1.3M pixel (Optional);
Bluetooth 2.0+ EDR (Optional)
Dimensions:365 x 273 x 38 mm
Weight:3.1KG (with 8 cell battery)

The manufacturer’s website has not yet indicated the screen size, but judging by the size it will be a standard 15.4 "WXGA. It is possible that it is matte so that it can be conveniently read from the screen in bright light.
The cost of a laptop computer is not reported.

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Source: https://habr.com/ru/post/28514/

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