The laptop also provides the user with plentiful storage, as it includes a built-in 750 GB hard drive and 32 GB of ASUS WebStorage. Optical storage with rewritable CD and DVD components are integrated as well. Best of all, it supports 802.11 b/g/n wireless connectivity and Bluetooth 4.0, so the user can always stay connected, making this laptop ideal for users looking for speed, communications, and more.
Also built for integrity, the laptop features an aluminum construction. The texture added around the keyboard ensures the quality of the productís look over time, while the keyboard itself is designed to resist dust and crumb buildup. Also, its long-lasting battery is backed by ASUS SuperBatt Technology that lowers charging voltage and increases current to extend battery life and user convenience.
In addition, data are backed up once the battery drops below 5% charge, so owners benefit from a data security system even if they are not looking at remaining battery life. The product also integrates innovative cooling technology, courtesy of the ASUS Super Hybrid Engine II. This supports an instant-on functionality. The ASUS K55N-DB81 can wake up from sleep mode in two seconds and remain in standby mode for up to two weeks.
Plenty of storage is included, but users can also take advantage of ASUSís cloud storage. The complimentary 32 GB, available for three years following purchase, supports storage of documents, music, photos, and videos. Other integrated features of the ASUS K55N-DB81 are its 0.3-megapixel camera and built in stereo speakers with a wide audio range for a laptop.
For more information on the ASUS K55N-DB81 laptop computer, go to http://yourlaptopmall.com/asus-laptop/35/asus-k55n-db81-15-6-inch-laptop-black/ to see complete details and purchase the unit.
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