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ASUS ET2321 Haswell all-in-one flashes slim design, optional NVIDIA graphics

Steve Dent, @stevetdent
October 14, 2013
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ASUS AiO PCs have run the gamut from pretty versatile, like the dual-boot Transformer AiO, to pretty functional like the articulating ET2300. But pretty, period? Perhaps not so much. That is not until a video of the above ET2321 popped up on the company's official YouTube channel. The short marketing clip emphasizes the slim styling as much as the 4th-generation Intel CPU and optional NVIDIA 740M or Iris graphics. The rest of the specs include a 23-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 IPS screen with a 178-degree viewing angle, Windows 8, SonicMaster audio tech with built-in speakers and 802.11ac WiFi. There's no sign of it yet on ASUS's site, but we'll have to assume the design tweaks are a direct response to the (visually) striking competition it faces in the all-in-one space.

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