Powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM, the X550CC will provide smooth computing performance for even the most demanding of users.
Store photos, videos, music and documents on the large 1TB hard drive. A drive of this size should be enough to keep the whole family happy.
With NVIDIA GeForce graphics, the X550CC will provide smooth visuals, whether you’re playing games or editing photos or videos. The GeForce GT 720M can boost your laptop’s performance by up to 3.5x compared to integrated graphics cards, with NVIDIA Optimus technology helping to balance great performance with long battery life.
SonicMaster technology and Asus AudioWizard combine to deliver high fidelity audio, allowing you to hear the nuances in every track. SonicMaster technology, developed in conjunction with Bang & Olufsen, balances sound, reduces electronic noise, eliminates distortion and boosts performance.
Powered by Super Hybrid Engine II Technology, Asus Instant On allows the X550CC to resume in under 2 seconds and stay in standby for up to 5 days. It also saves any data automatically should the battery life fall below 5%, so you don’t have to worry about losing your work.
The extra-wide dust repellent island-style keys on the chiclet keyboard combined with the palm rest makes for comfortable and accurate typing sessions for improved productivity and interaction.
The X550CC comes equipped with a DVD SuperMulti drive, allowing you to play CDs and DVDs and even copy information onto blank discs.
The X550CC features two USB ports and a card slot for easy transfer of files from your camera’s memory card or an external hard drive. Using the USB ports, you’ll also be able to connect peripherals like external mice.
VGA, HDMI and WiDi give you options to output your display onto a bigger screen, such as a TV, monitor or projector. WiDi enables you to wirelessly stream your content onto a compatible TV, so you don’t have to connect to it using cables as with VGA and HDMI.
WiFi and a built-in Ethernet connection makes it easy to connect to the internet, with Wi-Fi giving you a wireless option, while the Ethernet connection means you can plug into a router for a faster, more stable connection.