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ASUS Eee Top ET2203T raises the bar for all-in-one PCs

by Parm Mann on 2 June 2009, 16:44

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The tirade of touchscreen all-in-one PCs continues, and we're back at ASUS' booth for what could be the pick of the bunch.

What we're looking at here is the Eee Top ET2203T, an all-in-one system that has long been touted and has now finally been shown off in working-sample form.

The system makes use of a 1,920x1,080 full-HD screen measuring 21.5in, but it's packing more oomph than most of the competition. Inside the Eee Top ET2203T resides a 1.86GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 processor, 4GB of DDR2 memory, and discrete graphics in the form of AMD's ATI Radeon HD 4570.

More than ample, we reckon, and it's topped off with a slot-loading Blu-ray drive, a 320GB hard drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and an integrated TV tuner. It's unlikely to be cheap, but we found the touchscreen to be accurate and responsive - if you're looking for a higher-end touch-enabled all-in-one, this one's looking mighty promising.


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Almost overspecced!

How much does it cost?
A whole new generation of these could spell serious trouble for the imac all in one if these started to appear alongside them in shops/show rooms, particuarly with Windows 7 which borrows alot from MAC OS.
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A whole new generation of these could spell serious trouble for the imac all in one if these started to appear alongside them in shops/show rooms, particuarly with Windows 7 which borrows alot from MAC OS.

If anything, this should alert Apple to the fact that buyers are finally wising up to touchscreen technology. So the Cupertino gang had better revise their desktop line with similar (or “re-invented”) technology, or face going down and mope the floor with their faces again.
Ooh very nice..i've been buying a few of the older models (E1602/3) for some of my customers, and there were around then 350-400 mark?..I suspect these will be closer to pavillion prices at something like £500..but we'll see :)

They look really nice though, and if anything like the 1602/3's then they will be a solid purchase.


edit - more like £700-£800 for these..so slightly less of a bargain ;/ still nice tho!