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Asus has restyled its Eee Top all-in-one nettop - and the result is one heck of a looker.

We say 'nettop', but only three of the five new Eee Top ET2010 series use Intel Atom processors - the other two have the AMD Athlon II X2 250u partnered with AMD's ATI Radeon HD 5470 graphics chip to drive the all-in-one's 20in, 1600 x 900 display.

Asus Eee Top ET2010

The Atom-based ET2010s come in two flavours: one with the single-core D410 and its built-in GMA 3150 graphics core, while two others use the dual-core D510 CPU and Nvidia's Ion graphics engine.

The Intel-based machines have 2GB of DDR 2 memory, while the AMD-based Eee Tops have 2GB of DDR 3 Ram.

They have higher hard drive specs too: 320GB, 7200rpm drives. The D410-based machine has a 160GB HDD, the D510 ones have 500GB drives.

Unveiled today in Asus' native Taiwan, there's no indication when the new Eees will appear over here - or for how much. ®

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