If there's one thing we've learned from benchmarking and testing hundreds of laptops, it's that under the hood, a lot of these systems are awfully similar. I'd go so far as to say that, with most laptops constructed from the same pool of stock CPUs, hard drives, RAM, and video cards, it's dangerously close to being a commodity product. In fact other than some feature variations and chassis differences, today laptops are the same, they are even made by the same single manufacturer- Foxxcon
That's where M-Tech comes in. M-Tech Laptops are built to look different and built to run better. M-Tech is not built under the same factory address as all the other brands and they are have actual quality control procedures instead of a pass/fail standard. If a M-Tech Laptop or Desktop doesn't pass with the highest of standards then it is rejected and the parts that make up the computer are sent back and becomes another brand laptop. Think about that, out there somewhere is a laptop in someone's home that was not good enough to be sold as an M-Tech, somebody paid good money for a laptop we rejected.