Asus has taken the wraps off an impressive looking All-in-One PC, dubbed with the confusing name of "ET2321." The new computer was shown in a marketing video posted by ASUS on its YouTube account on Monday, but there's no sign of it on the company's official website - so purchasing details are currently unknown.
Nonetheless, the video sheds light on the ET2321's specifications and features. We'll find a 23-inch 1920 x 1080 IPS display with a 178-degree viewing angle, Windows 8 as the software, SonicMaster audio tech with built-in speakers, and of course, 802.11ac WiFi. A fourth-generation Intel CPU with options of NVIDIA 740M or Iris graphics are the power behind the PC. No word on RAM, HDD space, or other key specifications.
If this feels like a PC you've seen before, we can't blame you. Asus's all-in-one strikes a similar chord to Apple's iMac, and one could even make the case for a similar look to Vizio's line of all-in-one PCs. But then, how different can you make an all-in-one? "Simple. Slim. Stylish" is the marketing lingo behind its all-in-one. Let's just hope it can hit a lower price point than Apple.