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2008-11-10T11:55:55Z

ASUS and Sam’s Club Canada Join Forces to Deliver Green Computing to Canada

-- World’s first bamboo notebook to be sold exclusively at Sam’s Club Canada --

Fremont, California (November 10, 2008) – ASUS, a world leader in the notebook design and one of the fastest growing notebook brands, today announced that Sam’s Club Canada will give eco-friendly Canadians a chance to purchase a limited number of ASUS’ highly-anticipated U6V bamboo notebook. The partnership is a “win” for ASUS, Sam’s Club Canada, and consumers, as it allows ASUS to expand its market presence further into Canada, and gives Sam’s Club Canada and its Members access to an exquisite, environmentally-friendly notebook that truly stands out from the crowd with its first-in-the-world bamboo design.

Revolutionary Green Computing with ASUS
As a showcase of ASUS’ commitment to environmentally-friendly Green Computing, ASUS is proud to have created the world’s first notebook that largely foregoes hard materials such as plastic and metal in favor of all-natural bamboo, which is both renewable, abundant, and a pleasure to touch and feel. On this particular notebook, the palm rest, touchpad and LCD cover are covered in bamboo, giving the U6V bamboo a distinct look that is sure to turn heads. Not only is its overall exterior design based on a renewable resource, but it is also energy efficient and has achieved the coveted Energy Star certification.

http://green.asus.com/english/ .

shanewu
2008-11-10T15:20:56Z

Looks pretty cool. I'd like to see it in person and with my hands. :)

bob_on_the_cob
2008-11-10T16:08:46Z

For a split second I got really exsited, I have a Sam's club a 1/2 mile from my house and a membership. Then I read canada and my heart kinda dropped. Now I know how all those people in other countrys feel when I get sweet stuff first.

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2008-11-11T12:28:25Z

The laptop does come with one downside: Giant Panda bear attacks.