Wednesday, June 20th 2012

ECS Announces Full Product Line-up in Readiness for Windows 8

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) today announces that it is the first hardware manufacturer to support the Windows 8 Hardware Program for its entire product line. Including all ECS motherboards, graphics cards, and AIOs currently on the market, ECS' products are optimized to take full advantage of the improved speeds, capabilities and features with the most anticipating technology Microsoft Windows 8, allowing users to fully experience its unique operating system.

After the success of Windows 7, this year Microsoft has revealed it's another masterpiece-Windows 8. Apart from the old-known operating system, Windows 8 has brought up a brand new image beyond your imagination.
The upcoming Windows 8 not only breakthrough the traditional design, it also strengthens the function of touch browser and function-oriented design platform. Windows 8 feature a wide range of enhancements and performance, which including Supportive on both x86 & ARM based devices, Metro Interface, Instant Hybrid Boot, IE 10 Support, Fully touch-optimized browsing Experience, Native Support of USB 3.0, Own Windows APP Store, Personal Cloud Integration and Start screen is tile-based and customizable along with scalable full-screen view of the apps.

An innovation leading company - ECS, is the first company to have full product line-up ready for Windows 8 support. As an innovation leading company, customers' needs are always the core consideration for product design, and the customer-oriented design concept has been the power for its self-progression. Making a unique and glory prominent product is the only purpose that ECS keeps driving.
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"ready for Windows 8 support"

This sounds like "I drank 7 Red Bulls, I'm ready for my exam"

I think the part about being Windows 8 Certified is a wee bit more important and it is mentioned in .. ehm.. ehm.. oh snap!.
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