ASUS debuts M32 multimedia desktop PC

ASUS debuts M32 multimedia desktop PC

The famous Taiwanese hardware maker ASUS has announced the M32, which is a new multimedia PC that packs premium hardware inside a great looking case.

The M32 offers everything a gamer or a multimedia user would need. You can get a fast Intel Core i7 Haswell processor, support for DDR3 memory, SonicMaster technology for Hi-Fi-quality audio experiences, USB 3.0 for super speed data transfer, a 6-in-1 card reader, a choice between NVIDIA GeForce and AMD Radeon graphics cards and more. The M32 also offers ASUS Ai charger for 50 per cent faster charging of mobile devices even when the computer is shut down and a DVD writer.

All this nice hardware emits heat but the engineers of ASUS have thought about this issue too. The M32 not only manages heat well, it also does that very quietly. ASUS claims the M32 is four times quieter than regular desktop PCs because the computer monitors internal temperatures and adjusts fan speed for optimal cooling at low noise levels. The typical noise level of the ASUS M32 is below 25 dBa and is even lower than the noise level you would experience in a library. The computer also offers 32 GB of ASUS WebStorage for free for three years.

Unfortunately the price of the new ASUS M32 multimedia PC is unknown at the moment.

Source: ASUS

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