Excerpt: Asus takes the price/performance crown in this roundup. The company’s ET2701 all-in-one can’t match the audacious display built into Dell’s XPS One 27 , and it doesn’t have a fast SSD to supplement its 2TB hard drive, like the Dell; but many of the other components inside the ET2701 are exactly the same as what you’ll get with the XPS One. And the ET2701 costs $500 less.
Pros: Gorgeous display, fast components, and an eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port.
Cons: Cheap, sloppy keyboard; no TV tuner option; no remote.