Asus has lifted the thin veil that was still remaining over the company’s long-anticipated Eee Top all-in-one desktop computer that looks like an iMac on the outside and an Eee PC on the inside. The 15.6″ Eee Top ET1602 runs Windows XP, has a touchscreen, and comes with an “easy mode” interface similar to the easy mode that Asus slaps on Eee PC netbooks running Xandros Linux.
Engadget reports that the ET1602 has been priced at 18,900 Taiwanese dollars, or about $580, although it’s not clear if it will carry the same price tag outside of Taiwan. Yesterday Asus competitor MSI unveiled its own line of all-in-one desktop computers, with the cheapest model costing just about $400 US.
Sascha from Eee PC News dug up a promotional video for the Eee top, which you can check out after the break.