Summary: .....but no wireless card??? The touchscreen works well, is not as picky as some of the capacitive, or annoying as the resistive screens. It's quick enough to handle Windows 8, but doesn't come with it, unfortunately. It has all the options you could want (media card readers, good sound, in/out AV jacks, HDMI ports, etc)....all in all, I was pleased. But no wireless card? That seems like a no-brainer for one of these. I bought a USB Belkin for it...but still....
Summary: This is my first all in one computer. So far it has exceeded my expectations. The screen is great, love the 3.0 port as they are so much faster than the 2.0. This replace a Dell desktop and the performance of unit far exceeds that of the Dell. The only thing so far that I would like to see be changed is that access to the micro card slot. It is a little difficult getting the card in and out.
Summary: I am pleased with this Asus All in One. I didn't backup the system when it arrived and in the installation of my data from a previous desktop I lost the system. I sent it back to Asus and they reinstalled everything and got it quickly back to me. They were incredibly responsive to telephone calls and knew what they were doing. Quite an impressive support system at Asus! Upon getting the computer back after a system reinstall, I had difficulty booting to Windows.
Great, with one problem (may not matter at all or may matter alot)
T. F. Hurley "tfhmbr1", Amazon
22 January 2012
Summary: Overall, I am very happy with this computer. But depending on your intended use, there is one thing you should be aware of (pointed out obliquely on Amazon's product page, but it didn't mean much to me reading it at the time. It does now.) This computer has a wireless keyboard--something I found very desirable in order to minimize the "cord confusion" on my desk.