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Friday, April 11, 2008
Asus M70 Notebook Offers Full High Definition Experience


Ready to receive HD in all its full glory is the new ASUS M70 notebook that provides a WUXGA widescreen with 1920x1200 pixels resolution and Blu-Ray support.

Combined with advanced audio technologies including built-in Altec Lansing Speakers and Dolby Home Theater, the M70 is suited as a digital entertainment tool.

The centrepiece among the M70's set of features is its 17-inch WUXGA screen displaying 1920x1200 pixels with 16:10 aspect ratio. For entertainment, it is able to reproduce HD movies in their native resolution without scaling. The M70 also features ASUS AI Light that automatically adjusts the display panel brightness according to ambient lighting, while ASUS Splendid Video Intelligence Technology improves contrast, brightness, skin tone and colour saturation across all applications. Coupled with Blu-ray support and HDMI port, no high definition data will be lost at playback or during transfers.

The M70 also features Dolby Home Theatre sound processing and delivery via Altec Lansing speakers.

new interface has been developed especially for multimedia usage. When not used as a cursor platform, the M70?s touch pad can turn into a control deck for video or music entertainment. With another switch, the touch pad changes back for cursor movements.

The M70 offers two ways of accessing the computer. The ASUS SmartLogon provides an easy hands-free access using a facial scan to affirm the identity of the user. But for those who prefer seamless security, a fingerprint scanner provides a strict layer of data protection at the swipe of the finger.



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