Our review partner Digital Trends published a review of the Asus Eee Top ET1602 All-in-One PC.
Quote from the review: "When considering a touchscreen computer with a $600 street price, you'd naturally expect compromises. But with the Eeee Top ET1602, Asus made only one that's left us scratching our heads: Why'd the manufacturer leave out the DVD drive? It's one thing to not have a disc burner, but the absence of even a read-only drive makes it annoyingly difficult to install new software (unless you buy downloadable versions on the Internet) or watch movies (unless you stream them from an online service like Netflix or rip them from disc and stream them from a server). Hence our mixed feelings about the unit, which you can read onward to find out more about."
Read the full Asus Eee Top ET1602 Review.
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