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ASUS Unveils ET2300 All-in-One with Thunderbolt

btarunr

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At a press event in New York, ASUS unveiled the ET2300, an all-in-one desktop featuring a 23-inch IPS LED touchscreen that can be tilted on desk to make touch ergonomic. The desktop comes with optional Thunderbolt connectivity, a variety of processor options spanning the Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 lines, GeForce GT 630M graphics, 8 GB of memory, 2 TB of HDD storage, slot-loading DVD SuperMulti drive, and Windows 8 to drive it all.



Source: Engadget
 

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I can haz more than 1080p please?

Although at 23", 1080p is still acceptable. Wouldn't be any different than my 24" 1200p monitor.

It's just that more resolution would be awesome.