Euro Prices and CPU Specs for Zenbook Prime UX31A, UX21A

Posted on 30 May 2012 By


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Appearing on Geizhals.at very briefly this week were the ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A and UX21A models. Although the resellers appear to have pulled their offerings, it’s left a trail of specs and prices behind.

The UX31A and UX21 are the next generation Ultrabooks from ASUS. They’ve had some early reviews which have been very positive but unfortunately the CPUs details are under NDA. Seeing as we’ve just found the details in the public, we might as well relay them to you.

  • ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A-R4003V with Core i7-3517U at 1.9Ghz, 4GB RAM and 256GB SSD Windows 7 Home Premium. Price: 1399,02
  • ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A-R4003X with Core i7-3317U at 1.7Ghz, 4GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Windows 7 Pro Price: N/A
  • ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A-R4005V with Core i5-3317U at 1.7Ghz, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD. Windows 7 Home Premium. Price: 1149,02
  • ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A-R4005X with Core i5-3317U at 1.7Ghz, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD. Windows 7 Pro Price: N/A
  • ASUS Zenbook Prime UX21A-K1009V with Core i7-3517U at 1.9Ghz, 4GB RAM and 256GB SSD . Windows 7 Home Premium. Price: N/A
  • ASUS Zenbook Prime UX21A-K1009X with Core i7-3517U at 1.9Ghz, 4GB RAM and 256GB SSD . Windows 7 Pro. Price: N/A

We’re expecting Core i5 versions of the Zenbook Prime to show soon and remember that the prices include 19% sales tax. (Germany)

All the Zenbook specifications and information pages are here.

Products from the Database
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX21A, 11.6″, 1100gm
There is an 256GB SSD option.
Status:
Launched
Datasheet
Gallery
News
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A, 13.3″, 1300gm
There is an 256GB SSD option.
Status:
Launched
Datasheet
Gallery
News
ASUS Zenbook Prime UX32VD, 13.3″, 1470gm
Availability: Expected in June 2012.
Status:
Launched
Datasheet
Gallery
News

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  1. #1 by MP on May 30, 2012 - 15:05

    A really nice little laptop right there. I have a few questions though :)

    Does anyone have a clue if the i5 would run cooler/quieter than the i7? Or the 1.7 quieter than the 1.9?

    Is there a software solution to use a function-lock? I wouldn’t mind that on my current Asus, nor on this ultrabook.

    Does anyone have any benchmarks of the SSD in these models?

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