The new range looks kinda suave, and Asus claims some models get up to 12 hours of battery life. How? They all use Intel's latest ultra-low voltage processors, and let you switch between dedicated and integrated graphics.

I'm generally not a fan of Asus keyboards, so I'm interested to see how the new chiclet style keys feel in use. Likewise for the flush multi-touch mousepad that let you perform Macbook-style gestures (like pinching).

Here's a quick look at how the series breaks down:

• 12-1.-inch screen: UL20A
• 13.3-inch screen: UL30A
• 14-inch screen: UL80V, UL80Ag
• 15.6-inch screen: UL50A, UL50Ag, UL50Vg


The UL series supports Windows 7, and should be available around the time of its arrival on October 22. No word yet on pricing. In the meantime, you can check out full specs at: [Asus]