Asus have decided that the sound quality from their notebooks isn't as good as it should be. So they've decided to boost the sound by introducing some new audio software wizardry, as well as create massive speaker chambers in their flagship NX90 multimedia laptop.
The PC, which features an 11W amplifier (compared to the 3W found in most PCs) and two 32nm speakers while the speaker chambers are reportedly 10 times the size of other multimedia notebooks. The end result is louder speakers with better bass.
They've also licensed Bang and Olufsen's ICEPower technology to improve the audio quality even further, creating audio that's better than any other notebook you've ever heard. Mind you, the laptop is huge and would never actually sit on your lap.
Spec wise, there's plenty to like, with a Core i7 1.6 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.8 GHz processor running the show, with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit, up to 6GB DDR3 system memory (expandable to 12GB) and an 18.4-inch 1080p LED backlit LCD. Dual trackpads on either side of the keyboard offers a unique user interface as well, with Asus promising future software that will change up the way you interact with your PC. The PC comes with twin 500GB HDDs for a Terabyte of on board storage, with a Blu-ray combo drive rounding out the features.
The NX90 will set you back $2,999, and will hit shelves some time in July.