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Asus ET2701 INKI Review: A Multipurpose Media Machine

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  • Asus ET2701 INKI
    3/5
    $1,297.00
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    Asus delivers an affordable all-in-one, usable as a PC, light gaming system or HDTV.

At a Glance

Asus delivers an affordable all-in-one, usable as a PC, light gaming system or HDTV.

Price when rated: 1299
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Pros

  • Large HD Screen
  • Fast, Powerful Processor

Cons

  • Too Few USB Ports
  • Not a Touch Screen
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