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Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A and UX32VD IPS Panel Light-bleed Issues?

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A warning for those of you who have had your eye on the UX31A Zenbook Prime and UX32VD with 1080p IPS display, early reports indicate that there may be some light-bleed issues on the display. You may want to hold off on your purchase until this is sorted out.

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New Asus Zenbook UX31A, UX32A, and UX32VD Available Through Amazon US and DE

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The much anticipated UX31A and UX32VD Ultrabooks from Asus are finally available from Amazon US and . The UX31A, which starts at a very reasonable price, is being marketed by Asus as the ‘Zenbook Prime’ which we’ve been hearing about over the last few months. According to Asus, a Zenbook achieves the ‘Prime’ denotation as long as it has the 1080p IPS display, SSD, and a backlit keyboard. The UX32VD is thus being marketed simply as a Zenbook because it lacks the SSD.

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Zenbook UX32A appears with Sandy Bridge

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Waiting for pricing and availability on the ASUS Zenbook UX32A, the lower-cost variant of the Zenbook range? We heard that it will be available with Ivy Bridge, which is probably true, but there’s a Sandy Bridge model out there too so watch out!ux32A

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ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A Review Impresses Laptopmag

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Leaked all the way back in February, the Zenbook refresh news was exciting for many. Full HD displays and a backlit keyboard sounded like the perfect way to improve the popular ASUS Zenbook Ultrabook. At that point we didn’t know if it was going to be a refresh that included the CPU too. Ivy Bridge confirmation followed-up in March and the real deal, the ASUS Zenbook Prime, was seen for the first time in May. Laptopmag.com have now come through with a review of the Zenbook Prime UX31A, and it’s positive.

Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A

There’s lots of new info here so lets take a closer look.

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