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ASUS had an impressive booth at last year's CES, so we had high expectations going in this year. We were not disappointed. From video cards to monitors to motherboards to notebooks, ASUS showed off a little bit of everything. The first thing that caught our eye were the ASUS notebooks setup with NVIDIA 3D Vision. The ASUS G51J 3D Notebook features a 120Hz LCD to provide the 3D Vision support.
The next thing that caught our eye was a concept product from the ASUS Design team called "Waveface", consisting of three products with flexible touchscreen LCDs. The Waveface Ultra is a wristband, but can be laid flat when a full screen is needed. Have it display the time while on your wrist, and be able to access other applications whenever you need to without having to carry around another device. The Waveface Light is essentially a flexible, touchscreen tablet. The Waveface Casa is a large widescreen display that may look like any other LCD TV, but has some interesting features, including Internet connectivity. When not in use, most of the screen is covered behind a flexible cover, leaving only small areas exposed to display useful information, such as the time and date.
ASUS also showed off a slew of LCD monitors, including a few 23.6" 1080p LCDs and ultra-slim models.