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The Eee Top ET2010AGT is machine that, at an average selling price of £500, is too expensive – even next to pricier competition. You'd look at the iMac, you'd look at one of the rather excellent HP all-in-one Touchsmart range, you'd look at a much more versatile laptop before you'd look at this.
Yes, it's a lot cheaper than Dell's touch screen Inspiron One 23. But it's a lot less powerful, too.
This could be the perfect PC for certain situations. It's reasonably strong under the hood, it's not too noisy, and it's pretty versatile despite its restrictive form. At £500, we'd actually say it's a good choice for the bedroom, given that it's a space saving design with just enough nuts to get standard computing jobs done.
Even if you're desperate for a touchscreen, there are better examples – the shaky implementation puts the ET2010AGT at the bottom of the pile. Even ignoring the touchscreen, its panel is probably too small, the speakers too tinny, and the processor too incapable of playing back 1080p HD to consider this as a proper media machine.
A decent stab at an all-in one, but the design is so restrictive and the price so high that you're better off investing your money elsewhere.
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