Asus Eee Top PC ET2010 all-in-one PC launchedTouchscreen 20-inch HD desktop PC series from Asus
05 May 2010
Asus has launched the Eee Top PC ET2010 series of all-in-one desktop touchscreen PCs running Windows 7.
The ET2010 series is the ideal solution for home users seeking the best of the computer and home entertainment worlds, according to Asus. The company says the models have a slim 1-inch profile, multi-touch 20-inch screen and come with the latest processor and graphics technology. The ET2010 series is available now from a range of retailers starting from a price of £619.99.
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Eee Top PC ET2010 monitor or PC?
According to Acer, users can switch easily between PC mode or monitor mode with the ability to multitask between the two. This means you can watch the latest movie in full HD quality at the same time as you search for files in the background. The Eee Top ET2010 models have SRS virtual 5.1 surround sound as well as HDMI compatibility.
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Asus Eee Top PC ET2010 spec
The ET2010PNT and ET2010AGT models have an optical 20" multi-touch screen, which Asus claims is far more sensitive than alternative screens available. It says this results in easier and more accurate input when working with the fingertips. The multi-touch screen lets users pinch, zoom or rotate images with just two fingers or scroll through text.
Inside the Eee Top PC ET2010 there's 2GB of Ram (upgradeable to 4GB), a 500GB hard drive and DVD burner plus onboard wi-fi, webcam and microphone. The ET2010's processor is a 1.66GHz Intel Atom dual core D510, and the graphics chip is an nVidia Ion2010.
The ET2010 has a 1-inch profile and is slim and lightweight compared with traditional desktop PCs. Asus says the model is incredibly hardwearing, with a scratch-resistant screen and a stand that can handle up to 4kg in push pressure without falling down. It also claims to have a power consumption almost as low as an energy saving light bulb.
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