Asus has pulled off the curtains to a whole new range of notebooks. Dubbed as the N Series, it comprises of the highly anticipated N10, N20, N80 and N50. N10 has the same specifications which we were leaked previously. It has a 10.2-inch screen, an Intel Atom N270 processor, GeForce 9300M GPU, HDD options from 160GB to 320GB, up to 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/, Bluetooth 2.0, 1.3MP webcam and OS option of Windows XP or Vista.
N20 expands the screen size to a widescreen 12.1-inch which is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processors. Other specification include a maximum of 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, 320GB HDD and 3G/3.5G antenna support in selected countries. Vista is the only OS supported.
N80 and N50 notebooks also get a bumped up screen space of 14.1-inch and 15.4-inch respectively. The differences between the notebooks are not many. N80 gets the graphics power from a GeForce 9 Series card, Dolby surround support, HDD storage starting from 160GB to 320GB and 1.3MP webcam. N50 on the other hand, goes for multimedia friendliness with a full multimedia control unit, backlit keyboard and integrated Air-Ionizer for cleaning the air to make the user safe from germs and bacterias. HDD storage in N50 can go up to a maximum of 500GB.
No word on the pricing or availability yet.