ASUS prepares new Windows 8-powered all-in-one PC

ASUS-ET2220Starting on December 19, the Taiwanese company ASUS will release a new Windows-8 based all-in-one PC that will go under the product name of ET2220.

The ASUS ET2220 will feature a 21.5-inch TN sensor display with support for up to ten simultaneous key presses. Inside the ET2220 will house a powerful third generation Intel Core i5 processor, up to 8 GB of DDR3-1600 memory, DVD Super-Multi/Blu-Ray optical drive, up to 2 TB of storage capacity, a built-in card reader with support for SD/SDHC/MMC cards, 2 MP web camera, Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet adapters.

The ASUS ET2220 AIO will also feature three USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port, a VESA stand and two built-in 5W speakers with support for the ASUS SonicMaster technology.

The ASUS ET2220 will retail for EUR 615 when it comes to market next month.


Source: ASUS

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