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Asus pitches all-in-one for home entertaining

Whatever happened to cheese fondues?

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

Asus has set its sights on desktopthe UK home entertainment market with a sleek and rather cheap all-in-one.

Asus Eee Top PC ET2010

Slim Jim: Asus Eee Top PC ET2010

It looks like this >>>>>>

The Eee Top PC ET2010 series has 20in HD+ wide-screen, a 1in profile - nice for wall mounting - and a VAT inc price of £619.99 SRP.

Of course, it's multi-touch and of course it has Windows 7 Home Premium installed

For multimedia use, there is HDMI compatibility and SRS virtual 5.1 surround sound.

CPU? It's an Intel ATOM dual Core D510 1.66GHz, which will help keep down the electricity bill. Nvidia is supplying the graphics - an ION2010.

The PC is supplied with 2GB RAM as standard, upgradable to 4GB, a 500GB hard drive, onboard WiFi, webcam and digital array microphone.

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