et2203 and friendsAsus has announced plans to bring the 20 inch Eee Top all-in-one computer with NVIDIA graphics spotted in France last week to the US. But wait, there’s more! If you act now, you can also get a 22 inch model.

The Asus Eee Top ET2002 will come in two models, both with 20 inch displays. The ET2002 will hae a standard display, while the ET2002T will have a touchscreen. Both models will have dual core Intel Atom 330 processors and NVIDIA ION graphics as well as 2GB of RAM, 320GB hard drives and Super Multi disc burners. They’ll include 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and a whole slew of I/O ports including HDMI input and a total of 6 USB ports.

The Asus ET2203T will feature a 22 inch widescreen, touchscreen display, an Intel Core Duo processor and ATI Radeon HD 4570 graphics. This model seems more like the company’s answer to the HP TouchSmart series of high-end all-in-one media center machines than a typical nettop. The ET2203T will also have a Blu-Ray drive.

You can read more about all three models in the official product announcement.

via SlashGear

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One reply on “Asus to bring NVIDIA ION-powered all-in-ones stateside”

  1. I’m glad we see news items on these products. They cross the line between net-devices and true desktops, but I think because this market has Atom based processors as well as Core Duo we need to talk about them. I think people who get roped into an all-in-one with an Atom core will be unhappy unless it is a tiny 18 inch screen model with no touch screen. BUT, I could be wrong which is why I always want to hear about news on such devices and reviews.

    Likely the 22 inch (The Asus ET2203T) is a better deal. I say that even if they ‘pad the bill’ beyond a reasonable profit on the better parts. Yes, more expensive, but the Intel Core Duo processor and ATI Radeon HD 4570 graphics means it will WORK without mewing like a sick cat when you try doing something with it.

    I’m dubious about how well Atom 330 will really performs in the net tops/desktops that try to use it. I mean you have that touch function; you have a bigger screen, DVD-Rom, and other parts to run. That’s not a system to skimp on the processor especially since it is plugged in all the time.

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