Asus has recently announced that the Eee Top ET2011 all-in-one desktop system, that is powered by an AMD E-350 accelerated processing unit, has now become available in North America after making its debut in Japan a couple of weeks ago.
The Eee Top ET2011 is built inside a stylish chassis that includes a 20-inch LED-backlit display with a native resolution of 1600x900 pixels and the whole system weights around 5.5 kilograms.
Taking a loot at the technical specification of the Asus AIO, users will be greeted by the AMD E-350 APU
, which is seconded by an A50M Fusion controller hub, 4GB of DDR3 1066 system memory and by single hard drive that can reach up to 1TB in capacity.
The AMD APU used for this system packs dual Bobcat x86 processing cores clocked at 1.6GHz, an on-die Radeon HD 6310 graphics core and the UVD3 media engine.
This configuration makes the APU well suited for multimedia use and it should be fully capable of playing back any sort of Full HD video content, no matter the format this is encoded in.
The rest of the configuration of the Asus
all-in-one includes a SuperMulti DVD optical drive, an optional TV tuner module, a VGA webcam, as well as Gigabit LAN and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi connectivity.
Along the sides of the system, Asus has included all sorts of ports and connectors, including six USB 2.0 ports, mic and headphone jacks, a multi format card reader, an HDMI input as well as a DVD burner. Sound is provided by a pair of SonicFoucs 2-Watt speakers.
Asus official press release hasn't provided any information regarding the price of the Eee Top ET2011, but the AIO
was spotted in the offer of several retailers where it is listed starting at $619.00