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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.
Not quite up to the Asus standard
Pros: -Reasonable performance for an all-in-one
Cons: -Too few USB ports. Any normal user will need a USB hub if they have any hope of connecting all their peripherals.
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.
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Horrible 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?....
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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“Beautiful device. Runs cool. I purchased this machine because I was so tired of disconnecting and packing up my regular PC. ...”— Aejay 7/19/2012
“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 ...”— Jas 11/14/2012