Reviews and Problems with Asus All-in-One ET2300INTI
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So far, great investment
17 May 2013
Summary: I recently bought this computer as a family computer. I have only had it for less than two weeks, so will update later once it has been more thoroughly tested. First let me clear things up. The product description isn't great on this. It was shipped from TigerDirect. So the real specs are: 23.6in 10 point touch screen 1tb hard drive 8gb ram Nvidia Geforce 630M 2GB dedicated. Windows 8 i5 (3.0 ghz) Pros: very stylish.
Summary: I will keep the computer, and it's sufficient, but I'm not over the top impressed so far. I don't think I would buy it again and I would definiteley want to see the computer in person before purchasing next time. I've had it for a week now and my disappointment is not with the performance of the machine, but rather the design, ease of set up, and connectivity.
Summary: The design of this computer sold me, and even convinced me to walk away from 10 years of laptop ownership. I love the range of movement of the screen; it really makes taking advantage of the touch interface so much more comfortable...which means you're likely to use touch more and that's a great idea with this computer. The screen is large and bright, and it's very responsive. The ports are generally well-placed for access.
Summary: Length:: 0:54 Mins I bought the Asus ET2300 about 2 months ago and was very happy with my purchase. I plugged it into a power strip that I used for my past PC, Sony VAIO All-In-One. To save energy I developed the habit of switching off the power strip after turning off the PC, and back on when I need to use it. With the Sony there was never an issue. At my surprise I noticed that it's not same with the Asus ET2300.
Summary: Purchase on Feb. 23 by March 9, I am returning the product due to hard drive crashing and not turning on. Had to pay to return and make several calls to get a refund. Still waiting for refund!!! Not to talk bad about Antonline because I have other purchase from them and never had a problem, but I quess there is always a first time.
Summary: Length:: 0:54 Mins I bought the Asus ET2300 about 2 months ago and was very happy with my purchase. I plugged it into a power strip that I used for my past PC, Sony VAIO All-In-One. To save energy I developed the habit of switching off the power strip after turning off the PC, and back on when I need use my PC.. With the Sony there was never an issue. At my surprise I noticed that it's not same with the Asus ET2300.
Summary: Since I was extremely pleased with my Nexus 7 tablet by ASUS, I was curious to see what ASUS had to offer once I had decided on an All-in-One computer design (minimal desk footprint required). I evaluated every AiO computer available in the online marketplace and found that ASUS appealed most to me in the end. And so, after being operational for about 3 weeks, here are some of my thoughts . . . ASUS put some thought into configuring its ET2300 All-in-One computer.
Summary: I didn't want an expensive computer, but I refuse to buy anything outside of ASUS after many have failed me between work and home computers (Gateways-not before they were bought out, Dells, HP, Mac etc). I bought this All-in-One as my work Desktop. I run 4-5 programs at a time with 10+tabs open as I'm jumping in-between apps/programs etc 7 days a week 8-14hr a day in-between my other work AND it keeps up perfectly with me! It can run all day, no over heating etc.