Asus EEE Top : All in One TouchScreen Desktop Computer  

Posted by Mohammad Talha in , , ,

Evolving the ASUS EEE PC line up, ASUS have released the ASUS EEE Top. A desktop version of the ASUS EEE PC, with a difference; that difference being the EEE Top has a touch screen.

ASUS Eee Top, all-in-one touchscreen computer, is equipped with 15.6” LCD screen for easy and convenient manipulation. Simplicity of use; Eee Memo enables users to write messages for their family members on desktop ‘stickies’ with just their fingers. SoftStylus allows them to input text without requiring a physical keyboard. Surfing the Internet is also possible without a mouse, thanks to Opera Touch, a rich-featured web browser enhanced for touchscreen use that supports drag-and-drop functions.

“ASUS Eee Top” features with Windows® XP, Wi-Fi 802.11n connectivity for speedy and reliable Internet access, the integrated Hi-Fi speakers & SRS TruSurround HD™ technology, the integrated 1.3 megapixel web camera, and microphone array for convenient web conferencing.

Main Specifications:
  • ScreenSize: 15.6" (16:10 Wide Panel)
  • Touch Screen: Single Touch Panel
  • OS: Windows XP Home (SP3)
  • CPU: Intel ATOM (1.6GHz/533MHz FSB/512K Cache)
  • Chipset: Intel 945GSE + ICH7M
  • Memory: 1GB (DDR2 667)
  • Storage: 160GB, SATAII 5400rpm
  • Graphics: Shared Graphics (128MB)
  • Webcam: 1.3 Mega Pixel
  • Communication: 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
  • WLAN: WiFi 802.11b/g/n
  • AC Power: 19Vdc, 4.74A, 65W power adaptor
  • Net Weight:4.3Kg Price Range £399.99 - £449.99

This entry was posted on Jun 23, 2009 at 9:55 AM and is filed under , , , . You can follow any responses to this entry through the comments feed .


I don't get it. This "blog post" contains nothing original. It reads like a marketing blurb from Asus. Is Asus paying you to hype their gear or something?

A blog is for sharing your personal insight with others, not shilling for a megacorp.

June 24, 2009 at 7:10 AM

hi bernz! can you please tel me what is original or what is fake. just go and check all labels, we are not talking about anyone company, we talk about all company's.
and if you dont like the way we sharing the information or new inventions, than just leave, why you staying and commenting like that.

August 3, 2010 at 5:58 AM

My complaint has to do with redundancy, Mohammad.

Nothing in the post provides *your personal take* on the subject; it's simply a summary of the specs and a marketing blurb -- which you seem to have ripped in part from another blog which posted about this subject back in January ( ).

The Web is already well full of useless data which clog search engines and provide no value; you should strive to say something *original*, or just don't bother posting.

I'm not perfect, but I don't need to be to let others know how to do something better. When you invite public comments, there's a chance you'll hear from people like me, who properly understand technology, and aren't afraid to point out when others don't, so they can become more clueful.

Good luck with future postings! ;-)

August 18, 2010 at 7:42 AM

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