Asus All-in-One PC ET2400 Series

Asus All-in-One PC ET2400 Series
Asus All-in-One PC ET2400 Series

One of my goals next year is to have a powerful desktop PC so I can pursue video editing and video blogging, and for a better multimedia and gaming experience. Of course, it would also give me a better chance at learning and doing image editing better, for learning new skills, and to enhance my blogging experience.

I think I found what I have been looking for. The Asus All-in-One PC ET2400 Series is built for all my needs and more.

With a 23.6-inch Full HD widescreen with SonicMaster Technology. It uses codecs to minimize distortions and deliver crystal clear sound. The ET2400 Series combines the ASUS Super Hybrid Engine with Intel® processors.

There are currently seven models of the ET2400 Series, three of which have touch screens.

For the non-touch screen models, the ET2400E has a Intel®Pentium® dual-core E5500, the ET2400I comes with either a Intel® Core™ i5 or an Intel® Core™ i3, while the ET2400A has an AMD Athlon II X2 processor. All three come with a DR3 1066 MHz 2GB.

Meanwhile, the four touch screen models are as follows: ET2400ETG with an Intel®Pentium® dual-core E5500 processor, ET2400INT with either an Intel® Core™ i5 or an Intel® Core™, ET2400EEGT with an AMD Athlon II X2 processor, and the ET2400XVT with an Intel® Core™ i7 processor. All four models come with a DDR3 800 MHz 2GB.

Built for greater productivity and maximum entertainment. All the power and tools you need so you will need no other PC other than the ASUS PC ET2400. Definitely, All-in-One!

Photos courtesy of Asus Ph.

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One thought on “Asus All-in-One PC ET2400 Series”

  1. Hello
    Since many days I am looking for an important information about the type of screens used by the asus et2400 serie..
    If they are glossy, it is good for multimedia but very bad for usual work: video editing, scientific calculations, etc..
    Could you tell me whether we can choose matte (anti-glare) displays.

    Thank you
    Jacques Ligou
    Lausanne Switzerland

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