Asus Unveils New Mini PC with Full HD Support

Jun 03, 2008
Asus Unveils New Mini PC with Full HD Support

Catering to users who require a compact and powerful home entertainment center, ASUS has unveiled the new ASUS Mini PC Nova Lite PX24. At only 2L in size, this world's smallest mini PC is equipped with a built-in independent graphics card to seamlessly combine high quality audio/visual experiences with a tiny footprint.

It is also equipped with built-in Hi-Fi speakers for superb audio enjoyment, and provides great energy-savings and ultra quiet operations – allowing users to enjoy exciting entertainment with the utmost convenience of placing the Nova Lite PX24 anywhere at home.

Even though the Nova Lite PX24 Mini PC is only 2L in size, it is able to support superior high-definition images of 1080i/1080p output. To create crisp, brilliant, color-true images, the Nova Lite PX24 is equipped with a built-in HDMI/DVI interface to meet user requirements for high-quality images, while the built-in independent graphic card allows smooth gameplay that rivals performances of high-end gaming machine. What´s more, the Nova Lite PX24 utilizes the Intel CPU that co-works with the ATI RV620 display card to not only allow easily handling of digital media files for multitasking requirements, but also to offer excellent audio-visual performances for PC Games.

Adopting the exclusive ASUS Tranquiller Technology that integrates an optimized system air flow design, high-quality solid capacitors, the quietest levitation fans and a unique heat dissipation module, the Nova Lite PX24 provides users with ultra quiet 26db operating levels. In addition to the super silent design, the Nova Lite PX24 utilizes an intelligent power-saving technology that adjusts the required operating power levels according to different operating conditions – reducing power consumption to one-fourth of traditional desktop PCs, and helps to protect the environment and lower electrical bills.

With both vertical and horizontal placement options, the light and slim Nova Lite PX24 fits into any space easily. It also sports a popular and stylish appearance that showcases a touch button interface – making it easy to place in the study, bedroom, or living room; integrating with interior furnishings and improving indoor aesthetics with ease.

Equipped with embedded Hi-Fi speakers, the Nova Lite PX24 provides high quality music or communications without extra speakers; while the SPDIF digital sound source optical fiber output interface and exclusive Dolby digital Life/DTS Connect function provides a simple upgrade to users´ audio and media enjoyment.

The Nova Lite PX24 also utilizes the latest Microsoft Vista Home Premium operation system – with the Media Center designed specifically for entertainment functions. You can browse photographs, broadcast music and images with ease – allowing you to easily relax and enjoy the best multimedia experiences.

Source: Asus

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