Asus logoAsus reportedly has a whole slew of new ultrabooks in the works. In addition to the new Asus Zenbook UX21A and UX31A premium models, The Verge reports that Asus is preparing a new line of ultrabooks with Intel Sandy Bridge processors and starting prices around $800.

The Asus Zenbook UX32A and UX32Vd will reportedly launch with Sandy Bridge processors but the thin and light laptops will be available a few months later with Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge chips.

Both models will feature 13.3 inch displays with options for high resolution 1920 x 1080 pixel displays and will be available with a choice of Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processors.

The UX32Vd will also reportedly feature NVIDIA GeForce GT620M switchable graphics.

The Verge reports that these models will be cheaper than the UX31 models because they’ll feature hard drives with 24GB of solid state cache instead of larger solid state disks. They’ll also be a little thicker and heavier than the pricier models which will be priced at $1100 and up.

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