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While it was admittedly difficult to turn our attention away from ASUS' Dual Panel touchscreen PC, we couldn't help but notice its latest Lamborghini-inspired machine. The newly announced VX5 was on display here at CeBIT, sporting a 1TB SSD, leather panel rests, that iconic Lamborghini logo and a f

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We're just now wrapping our heads around that 1TB SSD that pureSilicon launched in January, and already ASUS is looking to place us back in a state of disbelief with its newfangled Lamborghini VX5 laptop. Said machine, which is slated to debut tomorrow alongside a litany of other products here in H

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CNET Asia has apparently received word that not only will ASUS' Lamborghini-branded ZX1 smartphone be canceled (as we mentioned earlier this month), but the company will also be putting the brakes on its forthcoming P560 and M536 phones as well. In a statement issued presumably to CNET, the company

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CNET Asia has apparently received word that not only will ASUS' Lamborghini-branded ZX1 smartphone be canceled (as we mentioned earlier this month), but the company will also be putting the brakes on its forthcoming P560 and M536 phones as well. In a statement issued presumably to CNET, the company

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It's been touted and shown off for a few months now, but it looks like ASUS may have finally given up on its luxurious Lamborghini-branded ZX1 smartphone, at least if Alex of MoDaCo is to be believed. According to him, ASUS has cancelled the planned summer launch of the device in order to ensure th

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It's been touted and shown off for a few months now, but it looks like ASUS may have finally given up on its luxurious Lamborghini-branded ZX1 smartphone, at least if Alex of MoDaCo is to be believed. According to him, ASUS has cancelled the planned summer launch of the device in order to ensure th

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Last we heard of ASUS' Lamborghini VX3, we were watching it get lapped by the smorgasbord of other kit introduced at CES. Still, there's something to be said for a 12.1-inch ultraportable wrapped in sexy hues and accented with leather and Lambo badges -- unfortunately, \"fast\" isn't it. According to

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If you're not in the market -- or don't have the spare cake -- for your own Lamborghini, perhaps a Bluetooth headset featuring the bull logo might do? Lamborghini's founder's son, Tonino Lamborghini, has seemingly stepped into the design world by crafting a Bluetooth headset but ignored the time hon

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While poking around the ASUS booth this morning we had a chance to witness the world premier unveiling of the ZX1 Lamborghini. We even took a few shots before it went under the glass. However, the real treat is the UI based on a Windows Mobile 6.1 core running special ASUS tweaks. It's \"just like t

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While poking around the ASUS booth this morning we had a chance to witness the world premier unveiling of the ZX1 Lamborghini. We even took a few shots before it went under the glass. However, the real treat is the UI based on a Windows Mobile 6.1 core running special ASUS tweaks. It's \"just like t

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So it now looks like that rumored high-end ZX1 Windows Mobile 6 Professional handset from ASUS is a lock for a CeBIT announcement, though we're going to be totally honest, we're not certain it's worthy of the Lamborghini name. Granted, we've got to withhold judgment until we get one in our hands, b

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So it now looks like that rumored high-end ZX1 Windows Mobile 6 Professional handset from ASUS is a lock for a CeBIT announcement, though we're going to be totally honest, we're not certain it's worthy of the Lamborghini name. Granted, we've got to withhold judgment until we get one in our hands, b

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Long a tradition in ASUS' notebook line, it seems like the storied Italian marque might be making a fateful move from the lap to the pocket. The rumored ZX1 handset from ASUS is said to be a fairly high-end smartphone -- and frankly, Lamborghini should expect nothing less -- with Windows Mobile 6 Pr

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That, friends, is ASUS' Lamborghini VX3. As expected, it's available in black and yellow hues and proudly dons that oh-so-iconic Lambo badge, but as you can tell from comparison shots in the gallery below, it's mighty, mighty similar to the U6. 'Course, it was said to be rocking a Penryn processor

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It looks like Lamborghini's new extremely limited Reventon won't have any trouble attracting attention inside or out, with its eye-catching exterior backed up by a fully tricked-out interior, including \"completely customizable\" displays. In addition to displaying all the usual vehicle-related infor

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There's an official news release on ASUS' website which has yet to be, well, released. Some URL trickery, however, tells us that they've got a whole slew of new \"Turbocharged\" Santa Rosa laptops coming in August. The nitrous boost comes from the combo of Windows Vista and Intel's Robson (AKA, Turbo

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No official word from ASUS yet, but Italian site Notebookitalia has it that the Santa Rosa class Lamborghini VX2S will be out in June. The update to the 15.4-inch VX2 brings a new 2.4GHz T7700 Core 2 Duo proc, Blu-ray Disc drive, and 512MB of NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT graphics to a list of specs whic

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It was there, so we did it, grabbed ASUS' Lamborghini VX2 from beneath its protective glass case to snap these photos. Three things to note: first, it sports HDMI-out. Next, the fan exhaust on the bottom of the slab is designed to look like the wheel of a Murciélago. Finally, and perhaps mos

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Looks like CNET Asia has pulled the first retail numbers for ASUS' Lamborghini VX2 laptop. For the US-equiv of $3,110, you'll be able to take home the 15.4-inch WSXGA+ resolution VX2 fitted with a 2.16GHz T7400 Core 2 Duo proc, 160GB disk, draft-n WiFi, DVI out, and 512MB of NVIDIA GeForce Go 7700

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