Wednesday, August 19th 2009

ASUS EeeTop ET2002T 20'' Pictured

ASUS' swiftly growing ULPC lineup has a new member in the form of EeeTop ET200T all-in-one nettop PC. The most district features of this machine include its 20 inch touchscreen, and being based on the NVIDIA ION platform that breathes life into an otherwise potent Atom processor. The main unit takes care of its aesthetics with glossy, glassy piano-black looks. The touchscreen comes with a native resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. A fixed 1.3 megapixel webcam neighbours it on the top. A low-noise keyboard and optical mouse are part of the package.

Under the hood are an Intel Atom 330 1.60 GHz dual-core processor, NVIDIA ION chipset that embeds GeForce 9400M graphics, 2 GB of dual-channel memory, a 5400 rpm 250 GB hard drive, and a slot-in DVD writer. Connectivity includes gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, and four USB 2.0 ports. Each unit comes with Windows Vista Home pre-installed, and a coupon that facilitates a free upgrade to Windows 7 when it's out. The ET2002T 20" releases in Europe soon, for under 600€.

Source: Blogeee.net
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4 Comments on ASUS EeeTop ET2002T 20'' Pictured

#1
mdm-adph
I take issue with the description of the Atom being "otherwise potent." :P

Though, this is a very nice setup. Would love to get one of these as a replacement for a TV (through in a USB tv tuner, and there you go).
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laszlo
by: mdm-adph
I take issue with the description of the Atom being "otherwise potent." :P

Though, this is a very nice setup. Would love to get one of these as a replacement for a TV (through in a USB tv tuner, and there you go).
a pc just to watch tv? a simple monitor is tv with external tuner and is cheaper
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mdm-adph
by: laszlo
a pc just to watch tv? a simple monitor is tv with external tuner and is cheaper
Oh, I know, but I like the touchscreen + all-in-one nature of this one.
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#4
qwerty_lesh
Bah! the whole front should be a display panel, not all this 'filler' garbage at the bottom to make it look taller. Not a fan of it I have to say, and usually Asus make some very nice little products.
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