ASUS ET2220IUTI-B018K 21.5-inch All-In-One Desktop PC (Intel Core i5-3330 3.0GHz, 6GB RAM, 2TB HDD, Blu-ray Combo, Wi-Fi, TV Tuner, USB 3.0, HDMI, Card Reader, Webcam, Slim and Space-Saving Design, Windows 8)
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- 21.5-inch, 10-point multi-touch screen with Full HD 1920 x 1080 LED-backlit display for HD media playback
- Optimized touch experience
- Slim, space-saving, wall-mountable design
- ASUS SonicMaster Technology for improved audio clarity, louder volume, and more detailed audio
- USB 3.0 provides 10X faster data transfer speeds than USB 2.0
Sporting a sleek modern design and using the latest PC technology, the ASUS ET2220 All-in-One PC Series delivers an inspired mix of convenience and versatility to your home. Do away with complicated PC desktops of the past, this All-in-One PC is ready to start up right out of the box—free of messy wires or complicated installations. The 21.5” Full HD LED-backlit display brilliantly brings images to life in high definition while also conserving energy.
This all-in-one PC features the latest 3rd generation Intel Core ™ processor for a truly responsive computing performance; while its 10-point touch screen allows for intuitive interaction with the new Windows 8 operating system. To match its eye-catching high definition visuals, the ASUS All-in-One PC ET2220 Series features ASUS SonicMaster Technology that delivers improved audio clarity, louder volumes, and more detailed sound. In addition, you can use it as a secondary display by connecting other PCs, laptops and tablet via its HDMI input port. The ASUS All-in-One PC ET2220 Series is a complete system that simplifies your home PC experience.
The ASUS All-in-One PC ET2220 Series sports a unique space-saving photo frame-inspired design, with a frameless 21.5” FHD LED-backlit display that can be tilted from 16° to 45° to give users an ergonomic viewing position. Its smart and elegant design gives it a silver stand that can also be used as a carrying handle, and also features an intricately-designed speaker mesh.
ASUS SonicMaster technology is an audio-optimizing technology developed by the ASUS Golden Ear team. It features a host of innovations that delivers improved clarity, louder volume, and audio detail. Built from the ground up with premium audio technology, the ASUS All-in-One PC ET2220 Series features built-in high-quality speakers that deliver loud volume and captivating sound quality to accompany all your music, videos, and movies.
Windows 8 has been reimagined to be all about you. Put what matters most right on your Start screen, and get instant access to your people, apps, sites and more, so you can spend less time searching and more time doing. Windows 8 is smooth, intuitive, and designed to let you do what you want, the way you want.
The 21.5”, 16:9 Full HD LED screen of the ET2220 provides super-sharp color reproduction and delivers high definition content with an added emphasis on detail to heighten your multimedia experience. In addition, the ASUS All-in-One PC ET2220 Series features HDMI input/output ports, making it compatible with HDMI devices like game consoles; allowing the ET2220 to be used as an external display.
The ASUS All-in-One PC ET2220 Series provides a technological leap in multi-touch interactivity, surpassing traditional two-finger multi-touch with full 10-finger multi-touch capability. This offers smooth control of the new touch-based Windows 8 UI — optimizing your touch experience. Pinch-to-zoom, rotate images and scroll through webpages easily.
USB 3.0 is capable of providing a bandwidth of about 5Gbps or around 10 times the bandwidth of the current USB 2.0 standard. This allows for faster transfers of large files like videos or photos between a multitude of devices like external hard drives and cameras. This high-speed transfer rate significantly reduces data transfer times, meaning you spend less time waiting and more focusing on the task on hand.
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A good guide to Windows 8 is 'The How to Geek Guide to Windows 8", you won't need anything else. I've knocked a star off because there was no documentation.
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I get the same problem as others have reported. Asus technical support simply wasted my time coming to collect the machine to their workshop. They just reseted the machine saying it was fixed when it wasn't and I had told them I already done a reset. Looks like their workshop department don't even test problems that your customers have spent time reporting to help with your troubleshooting.
I have also installed all new drivers, latest bios but still have the problem. I can tell other unfortunate owners of this piece of rubbish that if I disable the RealTek Audio Sound in Device Manager, the problem does go away but I get no sound. Using headphone output speakers instead does not solve the issue either.
Needless to say, I now have a still un-fixed rubbish Asus PC returned to me after 2 months. I got a feeling it is a hardware problem with the board, sound card and where it connects with a speaker. Its a sort of typical issue that you would expect from buying a cheap unbranded oem machine from china in hong kong. I know this because I am based there and seen many unbranded clones going for 300 USD less or just quick search on aliexpress and it would not had bothered me as much had I just went for the cheaper option but I paid top bucks for this but got cheap quality.
Stay well away from these Asus products if you are sensitive to these buzz noises. As it is likely loads of them suffer from these faults.
If you want to buy this PC you need to be aware that it is not for the less than technical. The PC itself is a beautiful piece of kit with a very high specification. I spent weeks looking at all the available All-In-One (AIO) PCs and this is head and shoulders above for the money.
Problem 1. Day one I started adding my average sized music collection, then my photos only to get a disk full message. What? This is a 2TB machine. Look at File Explorer and you see the disk is partitioned into a very small C drive and a very large DATA drive. ASUS have released the PC with all the data folders (Music, Pictures, Videos, Documents, etc) all on the C drive.
So what do you do? You go into File Explorer, click on each library in turn (Music, Pictures, etc) then properties and location. Change the C: to D: and you are asked if you want to move the contents to the D drive. Click yes and wait for the transfer. OK, now all your data is on the D drive and you need to remember which drive (partition) is holding what.
Now go back to the START screen and click on pictures. Nothing. Windows 8 or 8.1 doesn't know where the data went. Right click or whatever method you want to tell W8 where the data is. Funnily enough it shows ADD FOLDER and also the actual folder where the data is although it is not displayed. I found the only way to get this to work is to click Add Folder and enter the D drive address again although it is already displayed. Restart and Job done. Was this all really necessary?
Problem 2. Although the drive is less that the 2.Read more ›
Would have preferred a written book manual as not very simple to start up straight out of box unless your a computer geek
sound quality of built in speakers very poor also TV tuner not of a good quality , my previous system also had TV tuner built in this was Hewlett Packard which was excellent, any one wishing to use TV would suggest buying better model.
Overall cant can complain to much as decision to buy was price generated.
If I had a bigger budget I would not have bought this model or make
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