The Taiwanese PC maker rolled out a new nettop all-in-one today with the EeeTop ET2010, a new slim, Atom-powered desktop. ASUS decided to bring the well-known Eee branding to new devices outside of the netbook realm, and so far, it’s worked out smashingly well.
Processing is handling with a single-core Intel Atom D410 and integrated Intel graphics at the low end, and a dual-core AMD Athlon II X2 with discrete Radeon HD 5470 graphics at the high end.
Every model includes a 20-inch, 16:9 display with a resolution of 1600×900. Like other EeeTop all-in-ones, however, ASUS is segmented the family and offering optical two-finger multitouch capability on certain models.
No pricing or availability has yet been mentioned, but with spec configurations that run the gamut, there’s probably going to be an all-in-one in there for every personality and every budget.