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ASUS' CEO, Jerry Shen, holding a shell of the upcoming AIRO laptop

Written by IT News on 12:13 AM

ASUS AIRO ConceptEarlier this year the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, ASUS shows in a series of new products and interesting long-term concept. One of these concepts was AIRO laptop, which was designed from a new perspective, which gives users an elegant sliding keyboard.
As shown, the AIRO will take another step forward from just a concept design for a real, working laptop, how the company plans to introduce a system based on AIRO times this year.

According to ASUS CEO Jerry Shen, in a recent interview with Tech Radar, AIRO concept is market potential for some of the companies in other projects. Fold / unfold AIRO laptop they will compete in new market segments, as it did with the Apple MacBook Air, was released again in early 2008. The design of the laptop should be the basis for at least one of the new portable computer systems from ASUS.

The phone is scheduled for availability in the market at the end of this year, around September or October with a price between $ 1000 and $ 1500. The market impact of the laptop will be somewhere in the lines of the series as the ASUS Eee PC launched in 2007.

Unfortunately, there was no information on specific systems or performance, but because the laptop design, users could grow to enjoy the product, which allows ASUS to use a new market segment.

In the case of the dual-screen portable ASUS displayed at the exhibition CeBIT 2009 in Hannover, Germany, president of the company said that this was a concept that is still in its developmental stages. Despite its attractive appearance and overall design, there are several issues related to a portable computer that is made of two different displays.

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