Super thin notebook with Intel standard voltage CPU
In today’s world, more of our daily computing is done on the move, and notebooks have become an essential part of our lives. In the past, having a notebook that was thin and lightweight meant sacrificing performance. Not anymore. Introducing the ASUS U36, the world’s first 19mm thin notebook with an Intel® standard voltage CPU. Along with ASUS Super Hybrid Engine technology giving a boost in performance when needed, the U36 offers the absolute best combination of performance for the size. With the U36 weighing in at a mere 1.44kg with a 4-cell battery, it is also the lightest notebook with a standard voltage CPU, challenging the way you think about lightweight notebooks.
Exclusive thermal technology
Like humans, the harder a computer works, the hotter its internal temperature gets. The problem with pushing a computer to the limits is the amount of heat it generates and how to get rid of it. With the U36, ASUS engineers tackled this problem by developing exclusive thermal technology to keep not only the system cooler, but the palm rest area as well. Using dual lightweight heat pipes and an efficiently-designed layout, heat is transferred away from the palm rest for a more comfortable user experience.
Stylish design with MG-AL alloy cover case and silky nanometer coating
The U36 features a super lightweight, yet highly durable magnesium-aluminum alloy cover that can handle the rigors of being transported around all day, yet still looks refined and distinguished. An easy to clean silky nanometer coating on the palm rests helps ease the stress of extended workdays while keeping the notebook looking clean by repelling fingerprints and dirt.
ASUS Super Hybrid Engine for super long battery life
While the U36 may feature a standard voltage CPU and a powerful GPU, that doesn’t mean the battery drains quickly. Thanks to ASUS’ Super Hybrid Engine, the “Battery Saving” mode intuitively reduces notebook power consumption based on usage for extended battery life. Coupled with NVIDIA® Optimus™ technology, the U36 lasts an incredible 10 hours