The most expensive Asus laptop ever produced in the world now belong to the Asus Lamborghini VX3. It is a lap-based homage to the famous sports car of the same name, complete with a screamingly bright automotive yellow paint job. This most expensive Asus laptop is also designed by its black and yellow color, as well as for the sport car itself. As for the price, this laptop is worth, about $360,000.
This most expensive Asus laptop features a 2.5 GHz processor with 4GB of RAM, a leather keyboard cover and a Lamborghini paint job. The Tag Heuer Meridist phone of this most expensive Asus laptop is limited to a smaller number. The phone itself comes with a 1.9-inch sapphire crystal display, 2 MP camera, media player, Bluetooth, and seven hours of talk-time.
Not only those feature, this most expensive Asus laptop also features a 12.1-inch wide-screen LCD display offering a 1,280 x 800 native resolution, a standard for most 12-to-15-inch display. The screen’s high-gloss finish can cause some glare if it catches the light of a desk lamp or overhead light at the wrong angle.
Then last but not least, although this most expensive Asus laptop is named after a high-end performance car, there’s not too much action going on under the hood of the Lamborghini VX3. Its 2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 is perfectly fine for everyday computing, but the system was slower than other high-end laptops with inferior CPUs. However, this most expensive Asus laptop can run a lot of proprietary applications in the background which can slow down a system.