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ASUS Eee Top ET2010AGT

ASUS Eee Top ET2010AGT
alaAverage 4.2

8 reviews

Sep, 2014

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(Based on 8 reviews)

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Little computer that could.

 

Knew the memory was going to be lacking so upgraded to 8 gigs with purchase.

Crystal clear HD screen. No heat issues and touchscreen is very responsive. Cant go wrong with a AMD / ATI combo, able to play games like Fallout 3 NV, Aion, Bioshock, max or near max graphics. N rated wifi is very nice and gives amazing down / up...

None yet. Only time will tell if it can hold up to being a replacement full time desktop / work / game computer

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Good computer, could have been great

 

All in all, as long as your expectations are reasonable this is a perfectly capable all in one touchscreen machine. The hdmi in was one of the main selling points for me. You can get a much better desktop and monitor setup with much more power for...

The touchscreen works really well (as well as an optical touchscreen can work). I rarely use a mouse or keyboard with it. HDMI in is great to use unit as second monitor or hook it up to a gaming console etc... It is very thin and light and can run left...

Speakers, they are terrible. They are just slightly better than a netbook in my opinion. I can barely hear it over my clunky old A/C unit. Screen does get quite hot when gaming in the upper left hand corner, but you probably won't be touching it when...

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Who needs a mouse anyways

 

The system is thin for an all in one.. and quiet most of the time, although its little fan can get loud during boot (like a big laptop). I'm running this w/o a mouse with good success. The keyboard slides underneith for a tight spaced unit. Great for...

Simple computer with a good touch screen. Style wise its pretty nice, and looks like a wide screen monitor. This could double as a The 64bit Win 7 OS is good, not that starter junk sometimes offered other similar models. The AMD chips seems to run...

The HMDI port is not a outgoing one, but an incoming. Strange... but be warned ; This computer is not wall mountable. If you look around the web you will see it advertized as a wall mountable system via a "adapter" plate. You will find no plate in the...

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Interesting PC

 

The other unique thing about this unit is the touch screen. It works, and is fairly accurate, although it senses a touch just before touching (3/16ths of an inch away from screen.) It's also a bit slow--no double-tap for double-click. It doesn't...

Small, sleek. Looks good on my grandfathers desk. Was a nice upgrade for him (up from a Celeron 1GHz, 256MB ram.) Probably a better choice over the Atom version for doing any CPU intensive stuff (just in case.)

Keyboard and mouse basically suck. If you're used to the normal sizes, I'd recommend buying some extras (perhaps wireless to keep the desk clean.) The fan is a bit loud when spun up, but when the system is idle it's pretty quiet. Also wired Ethernet...

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