Asus launches the compact Vivo PC and the powerful M70 desktop


Asus recently launched two of its newest desktop PCs, both wrapped in stylish, classy metal finish, the VivoPC and the M70 desktop sports a simple façade yet packs a tough performing interior.



Ideal for home productivity and entertainment applications, the VivoPC stands at 56mm with a footprint smaller than a sheet of A4 paper. With its compact body, the VivoPC slips easily into the smallest of spaces and complements both home offices and living rooms with its chic, metal finish. Touted to give an “out of the box computing” experience, it has a sliding case cover to give quick access to the two internal memory slots easily and has a drive bay that can accommodate a 3.5-inch or a 2.5-inch SATA 6GB/s hard drive.


The VivoPC features ASUS’ exclusive SonicMaster audio technology, producing incredible sound quality with external speakers and high-performance 802.11ac Wi-Fi. It comes in two variants: the VM40B retails for PHP 16,990  while the VM60 retails for PHP 25,990

The ASUS M70

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The ASUS M70 desktop PC has the latest 4th generation Intel CoreTM i3/i5/i7 dual-core processors under its hood. The ASUS SonicMaster audio technology, together with MaxxAudio from Waves is also present in this device, further assuring immersive and impactful audio delivery.

The M70 also comes integrated with the ASUS AudioWizard interface and features an aggressively angled tower case with a polished metal finish. To reflect the operational state of any attached external USB storage device LED indicators light up within the chassis.

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What’s more, it also features an ASUS Wireless Charger tray for wireless recharging of smartphones and tablets that support the Qi inductive power standard even when the computer is shut down. The M70AD retails for PHP 63,990.

The two devices will be available in the Philippines on the second week of June 2014.Both products are bundled with a wireless ASUS mouse and keyboard while the M70 comes with a complimentary ASUS VX239H monitor.

Via, Asus