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ASUS All-in-One PC Eee Top ET2701INKI-B030C Intel Core i5 3450 (3.10 GHz) 8 GB DDR3 2 TB HDD 27" Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit

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  • Intel Core i5 3450 (3.10 GHz)
  • 8 GB DDR3 2 TB HDD
  • 27" 1920 x 1080
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M 1GB

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Sporting a sleek modern design and using the latest PC technology, the ASUS ET2701 All-in-One PC Series delivers an inspired mix of convenience and versatility to your home. Do away with complicated PC desktops of the past, this all-in-one is ready to start up right out of the box—free of messy wires or complicated installations. The 27-inch Full HD LED backlit display brings images to life in high-definition while also conserving energy.

This all-in-one PC features the 3rd generation Intel Core processor for a truly responsive and HD-enhanced computing performance. Matching eye-catching visuals with ear-pleasing premium audio, the ASUS All-in-One PC ET2701 Series is built with ASUS SonicMaster Technology that delivers improved clarity, louder volumes, and more detailed sound. In addition, you can use it as a secondary display by connecting other PCs, laptops and tablet via its HDMI input port. The ASUS All-in-One PC ET2701 Series is a complete system that simplifies your home PC experience.

  • newegg Modernly Styled Its simple, geometric design results in an elegant, standing posture. ASUS designers used bold, distinct lines to reduce visual interference, resulting in a very slim design that is only 7cm at its thickest point. Clean lines cleverly hide the marked function buttons. A simple triangular metal stand results in a low-profile look. A frameless display in a smooth brushed aluminum chassis gives a sleek, modern appeal. It's also built versatile with a cable management system in the stand to reduce cable clutter and a removable back panel for VESA wall mounting to save space in any room. (VESA wall mount is sold separately)
  • newegg Top of the line Performance The ASUS All-in-One PC ET2701INKI-B030C is powered by the latest Intel 3rd generation Core i5 3450 processor for responsive multitasking performance and energy efficiency in whatever you choose to do. A powerful NVIDIA GT640m graphics card with 1GB RAM renders intense HD videos and your games with smooth performance and exquisite details.
  • newegg Be Captivated by Mesmerizing HD Visuals The 27”, 16:9 Full HD LED screen of the ET2701 delivers high definition content with an added emphasis on detail, bringing you more pleasure while playing games or watching movies. Its super-sharp color reproduction enhances your productivity, entertainment, and web-surfing experience. In addition, the ET2701 Series features HDMI input/output ports, making it compatible with HDMI devices like game consoles, allowing the ET2701 to be used as an external display. Furthermore, the ET2701 adopts 178° of horizontal and vertical viewing angle that eliminates color shift on your screen no matter from where and how you look at it.
  • newegg Immersive Audio Optimized by ASUS Experts ASUS SonicMaster technology is an audio-optimizing technology developed by the ASUS Golden Ear team. It features a host of innovations that delivers improved clarity, louder volume, and audio detail. Built from the ground up with premium audio technology, the ASUS All-in-One PC ET2701 Series features built-in high-quality speakers that deliver loud volume and captivating sound quality to accompany all your music, videos, and movies. In addition to SonicMaster technology, the ET2701 Series also features the DTS Surround Sensation Ultra-PC ll to deliver a supreme audio performance. This uses advanced audio processing technologies to deliver incredible, truly immersive surround sound. Experience audio quality so good , you’d never believe it was coming from a PC. Plus, an ASUS Exclusive SonicMaster Subwoofer features a 580cc resonance chamber dedicated for low-range frequency audio signals, guaranteeing a richer bass response and louder volumes for the ET2701.
  • newegg Connect with the World Keep in touch with your friends and social network with a Gigabit Ethernet connectivity and 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN. An integrated webcam and microphone gear you up for face-to-face live chat.
  • newegg USB 3.0 - 10 Times Faster than USB 2.0 USB 3.0 is capable of providing a bandwidth of about 5Gbps or around 10 times the bandwidth of the current USB 2.0 standard. This allows for faster transfers of large files like videos or photos from a multitude of devices like compatible external hard drives and cameras. This high-speed transfer rate significantly reduces data transfer times, meaning you spend less time waiting and more focusing on the task on hand.

Learn more about the ASUS ET2701INKI-B030C

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Customer Reviews of the ASUS ET2701INKI-B030C

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  • Ron
  • 6/3/2014 1:43:30 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsSo far so bad

Pros: All in one with big screen. Goes without saying, space saver and virtually no wires.

Cons: The hardware seems to be faulty. Computer has crashed twice now. ASUS PC customer service is arrogant and super unhelpful; which is very surprising to me because I had nothing but good things to say about the help I received for a tablet. They blame windows 8 for everything.

Other Thoughts: They do not pay for shipment (like Sony or HP) to their facilities. Computer crashed twice for 2 different reasons. They blame Windows 8 OEM version I upgraded to. Even though I know an operating system will not undo a partition. Windows/Microsoft even confirmed this; who were extremely helpful. Now I'm waiting for a supervisor to call me back concerning my PC...being that the ASUS guy kept repeating himself, placing blame on me and Windows.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Ron,

Do you get an error message on the screen? Please take a screenshot or picture of the error message and email it to me. For additional assistance, please send me your inquiries, comments or concerns about this product at and include case#3768604 in the subject line. ASUS Customer Loyalty is here to listen and respond to your concerns and to help you with a positive ASUS experience.

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  • 5/21/2013 3:44:08 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsVery good machine

Pros: This is only the second pre-built system I've owned, the other being an ASUS G74-sx laptop. I am both a programmer and an MMO player and this machine does well with both. Plenty of power, beautiful display, good (but not great) sound. I'm running Ubuntu Linux on it now and other than needing bumblebee to handle the dual video cards, the installation was trouble free. In windows I was getting 90+ FPS in WoW and Guildwars 2, in linux I'm still pulling 60FPS.

Cons: I'd like to be able to use a second monitor so that I can have reference books open on one screen while working on the other.

Other Thoughts: Overall, I'm glad I bought this system. It's MUCH less bulky than the custom gaming systems I've had in the past, and performance is fine for non-twitch gaming.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

It’s possible to setup a secondary monitor to an all-in-one pc such as the ASUS ET2701INKI-B030C. You will need to use a USB Graphics Adapter, and a video cable. The type of USB Graphics Adapter may vary so it’s totally up to you which type you pick. Adapter kits should already include cables (e.g. DVI-to-VGA or DVI-to-HDMI):
1. Connect one end of the USB cable to the USB Graphics Adapter and the other end to the All-In-One PC USB port. Attach one end of the connector (DVI) to the Graphics Adapter DVI port and the other end (HDMI/VGA) to the HDMI/VGA port on the secondary monitor.
2. Press the Windows button and P key on the All-In-One PC's keyboard once to display the select a screen window.
3. Press the P key while holding the Windows key changes the selection. Select the display of your preference.
I suggest you do some more research to this topic as USB graphics adapters vary by type and brand. If you require further assistance with setting up your secondary monitor, please email me at and include ref#1072-11333 in the subject line.

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  • 3/30/2013 11:09:56 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot quite up to the Asus standard

Pros: -Reasonable performance for an all-in-one
-Gorgeous screen

Cons: -Too few USB ports. Any normal user will need a USB hub if they have any hope of connecting all their peripherals.
-1 USB port was DOA (but we didn't do anything about it)
-The included Keyboard is abysmal
-The included mouse, while functional, is a bit small for most adult hands.
-This thing is LOADED with bloatware-crapware

Other Thoughts: I bought this for my aunt, who wanted an all-in-one machine. I was hesitant, as I know any prebuilt often uses sub standard hardware, and an all-in-one would be even worse. Alas, the form-factor won out over performance, and that was ok. The hardware is pretty good. It's fast enough for general use, and perhaps evenlight gaming.

the worst part of this machine is all of the horrendous software that comes pre-installed. If you get this machine, you should really just do a fresh installation of Windows and spare yourself the headache.

I expected better from Asus, quite frankly. I realize this is an average-consumer grade product, but none of Asus' flagship enthusiast quality went into this computer. It's very average, and there's no advantage to buying this over something like a Dell or HP.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Thanks for posting a review for our all-in-one unit. We definitely appreciate the feedback and comments. Space is a little hard to come by on any all-in-one device, so you won’t find as many USB ports as you would find on a normal desktop. I hub is certainly recommended. We do include a lot of Asus software, but feel free to uninstall any of the ones that you don’t want. A fresh Windows install is OK too, and will not void your warranty. Just make sure to visit our support site to download all the drivers so everything works. I hope your aunt enjoys the computer. It’s a great unit, perfect for everyday use. If you or she ever has any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at I’ll be happy to answer any questions or address any issues that you might have.

Best Regards,

ASUS Customer Loyalty

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  • Jas
  • 11/14/2012 5:51:06 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsHorrible ASUS Experience

Pros: Nice, beautiful machine. Happy with the hardware stats and performance. Would be proud of the purchase but....

Cons: I had the PC unpacked and running all of the basic auto updates. Near the end of the 3rd hour, I noticed several BIOS updates and decided to update to the latest BIOS version. BIG MISTAKE. HUGE. How huge?....
Well the auto-update program PROVIDED by ASUS, failed. Turned the AIO PC into a brick. Their advertised auto-recovery BIOS? Another big failure. Failed to recognize ANY of the files on the ASUS website as 'legitimate, viable' BIOS files. I spent hours trying to fix it. When trolling google for help or answers, I found that there was apparently a 'known issue' with the Auto BIOS update tool. Great - Thanks ASUS for providing, a potentially defective method for updating your BIOS. I say 'potentially' since I'm not sure if the program failed or if the BIOS on the website was incorrect. (I noticed that the previous 3 versions on the website has been removed and 2 new versions have replaced them - Glad they found their problem)
So, around midnight of the first night of owning this new wonder, I was on the phone getting an RMA #. They CSR basically told me it my fault for screwing up the BIOS, which meant it wasn't covered under warranty. (It took me several more calls to get ASUS to cover it under warranty, since it was THEIR automated program which ruined the PC.)
Well, after shipping them the PC, the ENTIRE process was extremely frustrating. It took nearly 8 weeks to get my PC back – FOR A KNOWN PROBLEM. WOW. Could never get an update on the status. It was stuck on ‘waiting for parts’ even after I received it back (in fact, it their website still says ‘Waiting’ for repair). I called probably 10 times trying to get status on the repair and have them send me a new PC, since they blew past their 14-day service time. They told me they’d email me back or call me back and never any follow through.
To say that I was angry is an understatement. After spending nearly $1600 on an ASUS PC, I use the auto-update features and literally have a useless PC in less than 3 hours of use. Then, I have to wait nearly 8 weeks for repair. I’ve had several ASUS products in the past and no issues, however this ONE experience is so far out of the realm of reasonable – this may be my last. I was 2 days away from filing suit in Small Claims Court to get my money back.
I’d like an ASUS Rep to contact me. Check out the history of my issue documented under the RMA# – USG9293211.

Other Thoughts: tldr - bought a pc which broke immediately, experienced horrible customer service, waited 8 weeks for ASUS to fix a PC which had KNOWN issues.
After being a loyal ASUS customer, not sure I will remain an ASUS customer. ASUS needs to make it right with me.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Sorry to hear that the automatic update ruined your new computer. Did you try contacting newegg to see if they will send your a replacment unit before sendind the unit in for repair. That was another option you had before sending the unit in for service.

I looked at your case and looks like the unit was received 9/24 and shipped out to you on 10/19. Looks like the turn around time was 4 weeks.

What we can do for you is if you experience any problems in the future we will pay for the shipping both ways. Contact me directly next time if you need status update and expedious service.

If you have any questions or comments you can email me at which I reside in the U.S

ASUS strives to meet and exceeds our customer expectations within our warranty policy.


ASUS Customer Loyalty

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  • Aejay
  • 7/19/2012 6:53:26 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood buy

Pros: Beautiful device. Runs cool. I purchased this machine because I was so tired of disconnecting and packing up my regular PC. Game graphics performance is more than I was hoping for. I was nervous about the system using a mobile graphics architecture, but it really works well for this device. I will be running benchmarks tonight and updating this review with the results.

This device has Bluetooth! I don't know why the description on Newegg has left that detail out; it's a big one! Bluetooth 4.0 is supported, from what I can tell, but do not have any low-energy or high-speed devices to test 4.0.

It comes with an optional subwoofer. Attaching it adds a bit of clutter to the setup, and attaches out the left side of the machine, but it makes the sound experience a lot more fulfilling.

Cons: It's heavier than you would hope, but not unwieldy. My biggest con with this device is the bloatware that comes on the machine. Asus does a great job with hardware, but the software is as goofy looking as it has always been, and they include several trials you don't want, like trend micro and powerdvd. Not as bloated as a dell or an hp, but still pretty annoying. Luckily all the programs packaged uninstall quickly and you can get back to a regular Windows 7 machine with relative ease.

There are two small issues with the hardware: the disc drive and the usb ports. When I bought the machine, I assumed that Asus would have chosen one of those sleek disc drives that lets you slide the CD into the drive. Nope; the hardware for the disc drive pops out on eject, and easily feels like the most flimsy part of the machine. The USB2 ports are only on the back of the machine, not convenient. The USB3 ports are on the left side.

The sticker that comes on the monitor leaves a residue when remo

Other Thoughts: I was discouraged at first by the lack of reviews for this device, but I'm glad I made the leap and gave it a shot.

The first thing I did after uninstalling all the Asus-ware was run a Windows System Rating. I was worried that the machine would not do as well in graphics as my old home-built PC (which was running a GeForce 9600GT and got a 6.5 in gaming graphics). To my pleasure, this machine scored a 6.8 in gaming graphics, and outperforms my old machine by far.

I do not plan on using the Keyboard and Mouse. They work well, but they lack the features I am used to with my Logitech set. Still, they make a great, low form-factor backup.

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