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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
 ASUS Unveils a New All-in-One PCs, Teases With New Ultrabooks
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Message Text: ASUS today unveiled three new All-in-One (AIO) models featuring the 21.5" ET2210, 23.6" ET2410, and 27" ET2700. The company also put up a teaser page for its upcoming UX-series ultrabooks, coming later this year.

All three new All-in-One models feature 1080P LED backlit touchscreens, 2nd generation Intel Core processors, USB 3.0 and e-SATA connectivity, 802.11 N wireless LAN, Digital camera, SonicMaster Audio and VESA-mount points. Options including hard drive storage capabilities up to 1TB, Blu-ray combo optical drive, 8GB of DDR3 memory and more.

The first to market ET2410 Series comes with a multitude of convenient features including the touch-optimized ASUS Cinema software, making it easier and more comfortable to surf the web, browse through movies and music, or edit photos. The touchscreen models feature multi-touch controls in addition to the standard wireless keyboard/mouse inputs.

Connectivity is not a problem with two USB 3.0 ports, three USB 2.0 ports, a 3-in-1 card reader, e-SATA port and 802.11 N wireless capabilities. A HDMI input port turns the ET2410 into a 23.6" display for gaming consoles or for use as a second monitor with a desktop or notebook computer. SonicMaster technology delivers clear audio that is perfect for music, movies or presentations. DTS Surround Sensation UltraPC further enhances audio enjoyment by offering surround sound options. Its VESA mount allows the slim (2.36") all-in-one PC to be placed almost anywhere.

The ASUS ET2410 is available now through leading resellers with prices starting at $899 (MSRP). The 21.5" ET2210 will be available in October and the 27" ET2700 in November.

Asus has also put special web page online, related to an October 11 launch event in New York:



The aluminum-clad system you see in an ultrabook and it looks like the model Asus had showcased at Computex earlier this year. The machine on display there was 0.67" thick and weighed in at only 2.4 lbs, it came outfitted with Sandy Bridge processors, 6Gbps solid-state drives, USB 3.0 connectivity, and a seven-hour battery.
 
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