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Meet the ASUS ET2220 All-in-One PC — a desktop PC designed to sit at the very centre of home life.

Its frameless design and hinged stand allow ET2220 to be positioned at any angle on any surface, making it the perfect choice for those with limited space. You can also fold the frame away entirely, so that it can be mounted on a wall or on a VESA bracket.

ET2220 is an ideal digital hub in your home. Fast boot times and face logon lets anyone in the family easily access their files and documents, and the free cloud storage provided by ASUS means that even if you fill up the massive two terabyte hard drive, then you’ve still got space for more.

Additionally, Microsoft’s brand new Windows 8 operating system ties in with other internet enabled devices in your home, allowing you to stream audio, video or photos to any connected device on your network. The new Windows 8 UI works flawlessly with ET2220′s large multi-touch display and as well as HDMI out, an HDMI in port is provided if you want to use it as a display for other devices. You can even directly plug in an antenna cable to use it as a television.

Sound hasn’t been forgotten. A pair of SonicMaster Premium stereo speakers deliver crisp highs and rumbling lows from all types of audio, and a 2-megapixel camera and built in microphone allow for video calling to friends and family across the world.

ET2220’s 21.5-inch 1080p capacitive touchscreen is LED-backlit and powered by a discrete NVIDIA graphics card. Processing duties are handled by a 3rd generation Intel Core i5 processor with up to 8GB RAM.

A modern home needs the very best in modern technology as its centrepiece. The ASUS ET2220 AiO PC is an elegant, space-saving solution for home computing, accessible for everyone in the family.

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