Asus E35M1-M PRO



Asus E35M1-M PRO

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By TechSpot on

It's important to keep in mind that, like the Atom platform, the AMD Fusion Brazos architecture is designed to be low powered and cost effective. While it will serve well as a low-end HTPC or basic computer for e-mail and Web surfing, it's not...

By VR-Zone on 81

Benchmarks scores of both ASUS E35M1-M PRO and ASUS E35M1-I DELUXE are more or less the same, with the number of firsts evenly rotated between them. Other than the form factor and some features that differentiate the two, they offer the same level of...

By on 85

The ASUS E35M1-M PRO should fill in adequately as the base for a desktop machine for light office and home use. It has support for many devices, including older ones that are frankly not very useful nowadays. Given the luxury of the larger microATX form...

By TechRadar on 60

The wait is over. AMD's first Fusion APU (Accelerated Processing Unit), the AMD E-350, has finally arrived courtesy of the Asus E35M1-M PRO motherboard. Exciting times, but this isn't quite the chip we were expecting.Wind back the clock a couple...

By Overclock3D on 73

After much testing it is now time to come to some sort of decision about Fusion and the E35M1-M PRO MotherboardWe began our testing with the expectation that the Brazos platform would offer performance that exceeded the Atom D510, provide graphical...

By AnandTech on

The low powered AMD Fusion market is still an active one, and although the ASUS E35M1-M Pro has been available for a while, we have been asked to have a look. By definition, it is a low powered board with a 1.6 GHz dual core and a 500 MHz GPU clock...

By Neoseeker on

The E35M1-M Pro has many features not found on its mini-ITX sibling. The most noticeable ones are compatibility with older devices, since it has two legacy PCI slots as well as the serial and parallel internal connectors, provided by third-party...

By SilentPC Review on

The Fusion APU is the first unique product of the marriage between AMD and ATI. It isn't the game-changer we had hoped it would be, but it certainly puts AMD in the game. AMD's previous nettop and netbook offerings have been half-hearted and...

International Review By TweakPC on

Nachdem wir AMDs neuer E-350 Fusion APU auf dem ASUS E35M1-M PRO lange und ausführlich auf den Zahn gefühlt haben, nötigt uns dieses Produkt tatsächlich einigen Respekt ab. AMD ist nicht nur wieder Ernst zu nehmen auf dem Gebiet der...