Testing touchscreen PCs is always a pleasure but it’s especially satisfying when a manufacturer gives you lots of display surface to tickle. In the case of the ET2203 model of Asus’ EeeTop (named by a Yorkshireman, perhaps?) all-in-one PC, you get a rather splendid 21.6in, supporting 1920 x 1080. That’s full 1080p HD resolution …
eee by gum
that's a lorra lorra money for an ostensibly obsolete processor. and a silly name for a computer.
"Our benchmark test results are also rather disappointing, not helped by the limitations of the computer running 32-bit Windows 7 Home Premium and the system’s inability to address more than 3GB of the installed 4GB of memory." Its actually 3.25. And the difference of the OS recognising an extra 0.75 GB of memory would have a non existent effect on performance.
Is it me or is this just a really, really poor imitation of the iMac design? And Windows 7 on a touch screen device - bah! gimick, gimick, gimick, (almost as bad as the 3DTV garbage).
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