World's First 1TB Notebook Asus M70

Posted: Jan 3 2008, 2:27am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:30am CDT, in Notebooks and PCs


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World's first 1TB Notebook Asus M70

Today Hitachi GST announced that ASUS has integrated Hitachi’s Travelstar 5K500 hard drive into its new M50 and M70 notebook PCs.

The Asus M70 delivers up to 1TB of storage capacity in a two-drive configuration.
One TB of storage capacity translates to 1,000 hours of video, or more than 350 feature length movies or 250,000 four-minute songs.
With the new multimedia notebook series, the M50 and the M70, ASUS aims to provide a high-definition audio and video experience. The HD experience starts with a sleek LCD cover made by exclusive ASUS Infusion technology. Upon opening the notebook, users are greeted with a multimedia console-like design with an ergonomic full-size keyboard and a separate numerical keypad. To further enhance the entertainment enjoyment, the dual-mode touch pad allows easy access to playback controls.

The Travelstar 5K500 features Hitachi’s Rotational Vibration Safeguard (RVS) technology to mitigate any adverse impact on system performance from unexpected vibrations or shocks to the system enclosure. RVS serves as an “early warning” system for the drive, enabling it to sense a possible vibration in advance and take the necessary steps to stabilize the drive head.

There are no pricing and specification details about the Asus M50 and M70 notebooks available at this moment.
Via the Hitachi site.

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