Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD Driver
CPU + Chipset. Intel® Atom™ Processor Dual core. NVIDIA® ION™. Memory. DDR2 SO-DIMM 2GB. HDD. GB/GB SATAII rpm. Optical Drive. Asus EeeTop PC ET nVidia Ion-Based All-in-One Stumbles Out of a little strange to directly compare Eee Top ET to HP's Pavilion. The Asus EeeTop PC ET is a nettop with a inch display and a The computer also has an optical drive, a card reader, and an HDMI.
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Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD Driver
But it is not just a good workhorse of a computer.
The touch screen capabilities make it a wonderful media PC--flipping through photos and drawing on Adobe Illustrator with your fingers is just some of the fruits you will enjoy with this PC. On top of that the HDMI port makes it a great HD Television set for those Friday nights where you just want to sit back Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD friends and play a good xbox video game.
I noticed that one of the reviews mentioned that you are unable to switch in and out of the computer display and HDMI input display--that you physically have to unplug the HDMI cable to use your computer again. The point of an all-in-one is convenience and ease of use, and Asus nailed both of them. When it comes to usability, Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD EeeTop was also strong.
The full-sized display could use more height for productivity purposes, but it worked for most applications especially media. In fact the EeeTop was just slow when multitasking if an application or two was demanding.
If you are only spending an hour or two a day on the computer they will be adequate. Plus clean desktop lovers will have a system that runs with only one wire connected to it. In WorldBench 6 it scored only 36, which is Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD 6 points more than a regular Intel Atom N-based netbook.
Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD extra processor core and Hyper-Threading didn't have any effect in these tests not even in the multitasking portion of WorldBench 6but they affect the Blender 3D test, which is an application that can use all four virtual cores of the CPU. In Blender 3D it took 3min 42sec to render a 3D image, which is almost twice as fast a typical netbook. It feels like the Eee Top ET fares much better in the real world, with load times and application switching both being reasonably swift; we didn't really ever feel like tearing our hair out while using it.
However, you still won't be able to use it for video editing or complex photo editing. You also get a built-in DVD burner, which sits on the right side of the unit.
You'd be smart to swap in a set of your own. The HDMI input is more interesting. A clunky-but-functional menu system lets you swap between video sources.
It's not as elegant as the one-button source toggle we've seen on higher-end all-in-ones from Sony and HPbut it's still a reasonably effective means to make the ET more versatile as a digital entertainment hub. That Asus ET2002T EeeTop ODD us to the meat of the ET, the idea that because it's an all-in-one with a respectable video chip it can work as a secondary digital media hub anywhere you can plug it in.