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ASUS and Jay Chou jointly announce special edition N series notebook PC


Today, ASUS and renowned Taiwanese musician, singer-songwriter and actor Jay Chou have jointly announced the new special edition N-series notebook PC. The 14-inch notebook PC features the latest second generation Intel processor, SonicMaster audio technology (from the collaboration with Bang & Olufsen ICEpower), and unique designs from Chou. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.

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The event kickstarted with a symphony comprised of ASUS laptops, conducted by ASUS chairman Jonney Shih and Taiwanese celebrity Jay Chou playing the piano. And later, both unveiled the Jay Chou special edition N-series notebook PC.

No, it isn't exactly a celebrity endorsement; Chou was the chief designer who has worked with the ASUS design centre on the laptop. Shih said that the company's vision is to produce more of such distinct products which are incomparable and he is happy to have Chou as the designer for the special edition N-series. To conceptualize the design, it boils down to how the combination of the consumers sixth senses and ASUS' advanced technologies, and bring out the incomparable experience to the users. According to Chou, he had used "incomparable" as the theme for one of his concerts and that the design of the special edition N-series is very much like east meets west.

Shih also presented Chou with an honored employee pass which means the celebrity is officially working for the company.

Here are some pictures of models with the ASUS special edition N-series laptop:-

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