Asus is apparently preparing to launch its first all-in-one PC with Intel Atom Pine Trail processors. The company has been putting out desktop computer-in-a-display systems under the Eee Top brand for a year or two. But the Eee Top ET1610PT will be the first to come with a single core Intel Atom D410 Pine Trail processor and integrated GMA 3150 graphics.

The PC will feature a 15.6 inch, 1600 x 900 pixel touchscreen display, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Windows XP. That’s right, Windows XP, not Windows 7. At least that’s how the computer is expected to ship in Italy, where Netbook Italia reports it will sell for 400 Euros.

No word on whether we’ll see a dual core model or a version with higher performance graphics anytime soon.

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7 replies on “Asus Eee Top ET1610PT all-in-one PC to sport Pine Trail power”

  1. 400 Euro is about 547 in USDollars. That is not bad for an all-in-one computer; IMO. It looks cool too. I think Asus is a very innovative computer company.

  2. These are all bullshit net top systems by MSI, Asus and Lenovo. Why even bother when you can get a fully functional Dell Inspiron 19 AIO or a Dell Studio 19 AIO???

    Prices are more or less the same and yet, you have a powerful dual core system.

    I just bought a Dell Inspiron 19 AIO desktop, looks as sexy but super fast.

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