Asus EEE Box EB1501U Desktop - £364.14 @ eBuyer (Free Super Saver Delivery)
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Asus EEE Box EB1501U Desktop - £364.14 @ eBuyer (Free Super Saver Delivery)

£364.14
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Found 31st Dec 2010
The EeeBox PC EB1501U runs on the Intel Atom 330 Dual Core processor and NVIDIA ION graphics platform and features a slot-load optical disc drive (ODD) to let you enjoy multimedia content on your LCD TV in Full HD 1080p.

Thanks to Intel's energy efficient Atom processor, the E1501U gives you up to 70% in energy savings when compared to traditional PCs. ASUS' proprietary Super Hybrid Engine enhances system performance and allows the EB1501's power consumption patterns to be tailored according to your required level of performance.

The EB1501U's modern, contemporary design is inspired by the style and grace of a ballerina. Its elegant, space saving (1.5L) "standing diamond" form factor gives it the distinction of being the world's smallest PC to have a slot-in ODD; mount it on the back of an LCD monitor to save even more space and create an all-in-one PC at the same time.



Processor
- Intel® Atom™ Processor 330 Dual Core 1.6GHz


Memory
- 2GB DDR2 800MHz
Expandable to 4GB
- 2 x soDIMM slot

Hard Drive
- SATA 2.5'' 250GB

Optical Drive
- Slim Slot-in Super Multi DVD-RW

Software
- Operating System: Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium

Display
None

Graphics
- NVIDIA® ION™

Input Devices
- Keyboard and Mouse

Networking
- LAN 10/100/1000 Mbps
-Wireless 802.11b/g/n

Power Supply
-19Vdc, 3.42A,
-65W Power Adaptor

Dimensions
Width 193 mm
Depth 193 mm
Height 39 mm
Weight 1.2KG

Interfaces Front
- 2 x USB 3.0
- 1 x Headphone-out jack
- 1 x MIC
Rear
- 1 x Wi-Fi antenna (built-in)
- 4 x USB 2.0
- 1 x D-Sub
- 1 HDMI out
- 1 x eSATA
- 1 x Audio out (S/PDIF out) jack
- 1 x Giga Lan

Expansion
Card Reader
Warranty
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

5 Comments

Sorry for the lame question: How different or better is this to the Acer Aspire Revo R3610 posted earlier this week (apart from the obvious optical drive)

Asus are a good reliable make acer are cheap and unreliable make, simples.

but you get different opinions from different people, i personally think acer make good afordable computers

deepu25

Sorry for the lame question: How different or better is this to the Acer … Sorry for the lame question: How different or better is this to the Acer Aspire Revo R3610 posted earlier this week (apart from the obvious optical drive)



You essentially paying about £180 for the privilege of having a built in DVD drive in the Asus. Buy an Acer and an external USB DVD/RW drive and save yourself about £150.

montyburns56

You essentially paying about £180 for the privilege of having a built in … You essentially paying about £180 for the privilege of having a built in DVD drive in the Asus. Buy an Acer and an external USB DVD/RW drive and save yourself about £150.



What he said Asus / Acer - both about the same in quality. Acer have never had anything up with the internals, just build quality on laptop hinges and power ports, neither of which apply to a desktop or net top of course
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