CES Sneak Peak: Asus XG Station Pumps Up Your Notebook's MediaLouis Ramirez1/02/07 11:10amFiled to: LaptopsAsusAsus W5FeAsus XG StationGadgetsPeripheralsSideshowW5FeXG Station2EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here. Though it looks more like a high tech speedometer, Asus' XG Station is an A/V workstation designed to give your notebook some extra media muscle. The unit hooks up to your laptop and packs discrete graphics chips as well as support for Dolby output. It's expected to make its debut next week at CES along with...This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here. Asus' Sideshow-enabled W5Fe. The 12-inch notebook is the first of its kind to sport an external LCD that displays time, date, and other info though it's still unclear how much battery life it'll drain from your notebook. Both products carry a lot of potential (especially for the mobile crowd) and you can rest assured we'll have the full scoop on them starting next week.