Asus announces EeeTop PC ET2010 all-in-one series

By Matthew
Mar 31, 2010
  1. Asus has announced its EeeTop PC ET2010 series, complete with five new all-in-one computers. While aimed at folks who just need a system for everyday computing and entertainment needs, Asus says its new range answers the call of duty with style. The ET2010 systems feature a minimalist design and measure less than an inch thick, saving users desk space or allowing the system to be mounted on a wall.

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  2. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,764   +533

    Are the intel offerings supposed to be the "higher" spec ones? since graphically they are inferior.

    (just to note i'm looking for a relatively cheap computer for my brother. all he needs to be able to do is run wow. at mid - low quality settings.)
  3. LGraves

    LGraves TS Rookie Posts: 39

    Sounds neat. Would be perfect for my parents.
  4. jjbeard926

    jjbeard926 TS Rookie Posts: 69

    I think these really miss the mark. If they used a full powered Athlon X2 instead of the low power version this would be a quality rig able to play a majority of games and movies. Instead these appear to only be good for browsing the web and maybe playing some music.

    I know it's a totally different market, but for a $50 difference you'd be able to appeal to both fairly well.
  5. rskapadia2294

    rskapadia2294 TS Rookie Posts: 102

    asus eeepc was great! i liked it! n now this! the specs r decent! hope the pricin is reasonable too!
  6. I looked at one of the older models - thinking it defeats one of the main purposes - desk space - the support is quite big - - now if could of been mounted on a wall and a swing mount - if would be great - whose desk is used mainly NOT for PC work- ie should be where your wall planer is - graeme
  7. whoops re-read it - this one can be wall mounted - unlike an older model. graeme
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