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ASUS Announces M70 PC – The World’s First NFC-Enabled Desktop

One of the world’s very first NFC enabled desktop has been launched by ASUS. The multinational computer hardware and electronics company has announced the M70 PC which will be equipped with the latest fourth generation Intel core processor for a remarkable performance and to make increased support for all sorts of demanding tasks, the best quality graphics have also been added to the much anticipated desktop PC.


What makes the M70 unique and stand apart from the rest of its kind is the NFC technology. This Near Field Communication technology enables pairing with Android devices without any wires. While users are logged onto the PC, they can easily make use of their applications via NFC mode and the simple procedure also allows for data backup from mobile devices to the computer. Moreover the Quick Launch will allow shortcuts to be saved for your most visited apps. Password free login to your Windows 8 OS is now possible with the NFC Express.

Data loss from power shortages is no longer an issue for the users of the M70 which has a built in UPS. On event of a power outage, this will ensure that all work is saved before the computer shuts down. Users can also charge their mobile devises with the Wireless charger tray which will charge the devices using the USB 3.0 terminal. This will be done without any interruption as the charging carries on even when the system in shut down.

The ASUS presents the M70 with some high end features and the best technological advancements which aid in the maximum performance. Some of the most prominent ones have been mentioned below:

• Universal Storage Module for sharing and adding of large capacity storage
• Intel CoreTM i3/i5/i7 dual-core processors
• Features SonicMaster audio technology along with MaxxAudio from Waves
• LED indicators for USB attached devices
• Option to pair with a variety of NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics cards (up to GTX 650)

Source: ASUS | News Archive

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