If you've always wanted to own a Lamborghini but could never quite afford one, here's your chance to get one without having to sell that cottage in the Hamptons. It's the new Asus Automobili Lamborghini VX7 gaming laptop available in orange, black, and carbon fiber colors. Pop open the hood and you'll find one of Intel's second generation quad-core Core i7 processors ready to rev, along with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 460M graphics.
The windshield on this Lamborghini measures 15.6 inches and gives drivers a view of the world in Full HD (1920x1080) with LED backlighting. There's up to 16GB of DDR3-1333 of system memory; several storage options, including a solid-state hybrid HDD (up to 1.25TB in capacity); optional Blu-ray writer; 8-in-1 memory card reader; 2MP webcam; Azalia-compliant audio chip with 3D effects complimented by 2 speakers and digital array microphone; USP 3.0 ports; and Windows 7.
What really sets the Lamborghini VX7 apart from other Sandy Bridge notebooks is the styling. Building on Asus' aggressive gaming notebook design, the VX7 kicks things up a notch with subtle curvatures and eye-catching colors.
Look for pricing to start at around $2,800, which is high for a 15.6-inch laptop, but might be the cheapest Lamborghini you'll ever own.