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Asus revs second-gen Lamborghini laptop

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asus lamborghini vx2 notebook

Asus has announced the second generation of its Lamborghini-branded laptop, apparently adding little more than a metallic keyboard and a leather-bound palm rest below it - a "tactile way" to experienced "the Lamborghini luxury", the notebook maker claimed.

Asus didn't say much about the machine's specifications: like its predecessor, the VX1, the VX2 is based on Intel's Core 2 Duo processor and is a Centrino-branded laptop. It will ship with Windows Vista.

asus lamborghini vx2 notebook

The new model now features speakers placed either side of the keyboard, Asus said. The VX2's lid also sports an integrated 1.3 megapixel webcam, we understand.

There's no word yet on when the VX2 will ship, or at what price. ®

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