Though you can get more power for your money if you go with a typical desktop PC, the Eee Top 1602's $600 price tag is reasonable in view of the PC's sleek, eye-catching design and user-friendly touch interface. So, if you're looking for a computer for the kitchen, for your kids, or perhaps for the technophobe in your life, the Eee Top may be just the ticket.

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At a Glance
  • The ET1602 was among the first low-cost touchscreen all-in-ones, but it now feels overpriced compared to newer competition. Read the full review


    • Compact, attractive design
    • Easy-to-use, touch-friendly interface


    • Some utilities are clunky
    • No optical drive
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