Asus ET1610PT: TouchScreen All-in-One PC

Asus ET1610PT: TouchScreen All-in-One PC




Asus has a new nettop and this time it’s a touchscreen all-in-one desktop PC. The Asus EeeTop ET1610PT might just have a 16-inch display but a touch screen nonetheless.

As a nettop, the ET1610PT runs an Intel Atom processor to be power-efficient.

Asus EeeTop ET1610PT specs:
Intel Atom D410 @ 1.66GHz
Intel GMA 3150 128MB
1GB DDR2 RAM
160GB HDD
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n


 

It’s got 5 USB ports, a 5-in-1 card reader, a 0.3MP webcam and runs Windows XP Home. The 15.6 inch display has a 1366×768 resolution (no multi-touch though). I’ll be installing Windows 7 here to get numbers for Windows Experience Index.

As for a glimpse of the performance, it resembles that of a netbook with a Windows Experience Index score of 2.4.

It’s selling stores for about Php29,990.



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12 Responses

  1. simplynice93 says:

    Touchscreen pc…WOW! Malapit na mawala ang mouse.

  2. Teknisyan says:

    How can this be an all in one pc, if it does not have a optical drive, powerful graphics card and what they did is just dettached the keyboard of their Eee Netbook.

  3. Dhan says:

    agree with Teknisyan, just detached the keyboard and plugged all into the touchscreen monitor.

    with that price i can get a laptop with better specs. :)

  4. IC DeaDPiPoL says:

    Is the lack of multitouch a limitation of running on windows XP?

  5. leeto1965 says:

    mahal naman. with that price i can assemble a much better desktop

  6. pol balaguer says:

    nice branded POS *lol*

  7. xtian1986 says:

    WTF.. MSI has better AIO PCs, just check out MSI AE2400 with quad core and radeon hd5770. and it looks waaaay better too.

  8. leeto1965 says:

    it’s like removing the mouse on your PC to convert to touchscreen you have to spend for a huge sum of money. non-sense.

  9. peter says:

    It has atom to be power efficient because you’re supposed to lug it around like a laptop? Preposterously ridiculous!

  10. Herce says:

    Nah, it has atom to keep the price down. I agree though, this is too expensive to serve our need in the domestic market for low cost but reliable computers.

    On the other hand, its nicely priced toy for the segment willing to spend. If I could find a use for it, I’d get one. Maybe a nice Christmas gift for the little ones.

  11. Vladimír says:

    Hi, I have a problem with the SETUP settings. Is there a website where you can find it? Can you help me, please ? Thank you.

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