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Asus M70 notebook plays Full HD video

Posted on Wednesday, April 16 2008 @ 01:00:04 CEST by

ASUS has rolled out its new M70 notebook, this model features a 17" LCD display with a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution so you can enjoy 1080p Full HD film. The notebook also features built-in Altec Lansing speakers, Dolby Home Theater and 1TB (2x 500GB) of storage.
Big on Vision
The centrepiece among the M70’s broad set of features is its 17-inch WUXGA screen displaying 1920x1200 pixels with 16:10 aspect ratio. For entertainment, it is able to faithfully reproduce stunning HD movies as they were meant to be displayed, in their native resolution without scaling, which would inevitably compromise image quality. Coupled with Blu-ray support and HDMI port, no high definition data will be lost at playback or during transfers.

Big on Sound
To complement the stunning visuals of HD content, the M70 features Dolby Home Theatre sound processing and delivery via Altec Lansing speakers which produce rich, clear audio for the complete cinema experience on the go.

Big on Storage
For a seamless and continues high definition enjoyment, the M70 is the world’s first notebook to offer an extravagant 1TB (2x 500GB) storage space. This not only significantly increases the amount of high definition data that the notebook holds!

Music based on 4 minutes per song; uncompressed CD quality HD video at 720p or 1080i video output and 8.3GB per hour recording rate; also depends on the compaction ratio of each region.



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