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Asus-eeetop.32961906
6.3 out of 10

Asus EEETOP

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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Channel5
11 May 2009
  • Conclusion: Like the Eee PC range of netbooks, this has casual consumers covered on the cheap, at just £440. All you need is a USB TV receiver, and you've got the perfect multimedia centre for any kitchen. Truly Eees are good and this is Top! No really, that's it's name.
  • Pros: This is as easy to use as it is on your wallet. The Asus’s Eee values are kept to the core in this all-in-one desktop. Plug it in, turn it on, and tap an icon with your finger to launch via the touchscreen monitor. It's that simple. The keyboard is also a charmer: sleek, stylish and solid. It even packs a pop-out stylus should your digits get tired from all the prodding. It's white minimalism with muscle, unlike Apple's puny peripherals. It won’t run the latest games,...
  • Cons: For a 15-inch monitor, the 1366x768 resolution borders on the grainy side. You won't notice it when you're running video, but Windows XP looks cheap and you won't get any really vivid detail from your photos.
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Overall 8
8.1

Asus Eee Top

AskMen.com
28 November 2008
  • Summary: Taking an aesthetic page out of the Apple iMac playbook, Asus is attempting to make the expansion from popular netbook to slim desktop computer with the Eee Top. Don’t be fooled into thinking that this PC is just a cheap clone of a more expensive device -- the Eee Top has both a keyboard and a tactile touch-enabled screen, adding a whole new dimension to budget-range computing.
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Overall 8
8.1

Asus Eee Top UK

AskMen.com
27 November 2008
  • Summary: Taking an aesthetic page out of the Apple iMac playbook, Asus is attempting to make the expansion from popular netbook to slim desktop computer with the Eee Top. Don’t be fooled into thinking that this PC is just a cheap clone of a more expensive device -- the Eee Top has both a keyboard and a tactile touch-enabled screen, adding a whole new dimension to budget-range computing.
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