All-In-One Trifecta ASUS ET2700, ET2410, ET2210 Announced

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Just like HP showed a few weeks ago, the desktop market is anything but dead, especially when it comes to the all-in-one market. ASUS came out with its own efforts today, and these new E series all-in-ones are worthy contenders. USB 3.0, 27-inch screens, and CPU power galore, will one of these be your next machine?

ASUS ET2700 ET2410 ET2210 All-in-ones ASUS ET2700 ET2410 ET2210 All-in-ones

First, what the new machines have in common. All of these guys run on newer 2011 Intel Core CPUs, buried beneath a 1920×1080 resolution touchscreen display. They’ve all got plenty of connectivity options, including 802.11 b/g/n wireless networking, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, memory card readers, an e-SATA port SonicMaster sound systems and a VESA port for hanging it wherever you see fit.

Check out the rest of ASUS’ sleek new all-in-one in our gallery!

Optional upgrades include Blu-ray optical drives, for catching up on the latest Hollywood flicks (no 3-D, of course), 1TB of HDD storage space, 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM and other, unlisted, upgrades. The ET2210 comes with a 21.5-inch screen, the ET2410 uses a 23.6-inch panel, and the ET2700 brings a whopping 27 inches to the table.

In order to separate the three models, ASUS did throw in a few extra features on the bigger models. Like HP’s recent TouchSmart iterations, the E series of new all-in-ones has an HDMI port on the 23.6-inch ET2410 that lets it double as a passive display for video game consoles, cable boxes or notebooks.

The slim new all-in-ones (just 2.36 inches thick!) will look as good on the wall as they do in your entertainment center, though you might have to wait a few weeks to score the model you want. ASUS has announced that the ET2410 device is available right now for just $899. The smaller ET2210 will launch later in October, while the larger ET2700 unit is scheduled to come out in November for an undisclosed sum.

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