Review: The Asus ET2702 is a good all-in-one PC (if you can’t afford a Dell XPS 27 Touch)

At a Glance

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  • Asus ET2702IGTH-B023K
    $1,899.00

    We dig the Haswell-class CPU and the powerful video card, but the absence of an SSD cache for the mechanical hard drive hurts the ET2702's performance on productivity apps.

At a Glance

We dig the Haswell-class CPU and the powerful video card, but the absence of an SSD cache for the mechanical hard drive hurts the ET2702's performance on productivity apps.

Price when rated: $1899

Pros

  • 2560-by-1440-pixel IPS display
  • Blu-ray player
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter

Cons

  • Absence of an SSD cache puts a damper on productivity benchmarks
  • Uncomfortable mouse and keyboard
  • Confusing display controls
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