Reviews and Problems with Asus All-in-One ET2300INTI
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Asus ET2300 All-in-One PC Review
15 March 2013
Excerpt: The concept of the desktop PC that folds flat like a tabletop is catching on. HP was first, with its Z1 workstation, but Lenovo brought the technology to consumer all-in-ones with its very sexy IdeaCentre A720 . Now Asus has adopted the idea for its new ET2300 series (we reviewed the model ET2300INTI-B022K). Like the A720, the E2300 tucks all its components inside the base of its display; but for whatever reason, Asus needed more room than Lenovo.
Pros: Lots of I/O ports, including two Thunderbolt ports; supports WiDi.
Cons: Lousy speakers and no Blu-ray drive—not even as an option.
Excerpt: The Asus ET2300ITUI isn’t the prettiest all-in-one PC we’ve ever seen, but behind its chunky facade lies a surprisingly quick machine that’s great value. It has a huge base, measuring 375x255mm, but it’s here where all its hardware lies as opposed to being hidden behind the screen. This means you’ll need a fair bit of space to fit it on your desk, but provided you’ve got the room, its large base quickly becomes irrelevant as its articulating stand allows you to fold the...