Monday, February 16, 2009

Review: Asus Eee Top ET1602
With its Eee family of netbook and nettop PCs, Asus seems to have cornered the market on small-form-factor, lightweight, low-power, inexpensive computers. A nettop can be a second or third system when space is tight and all you need to do is surf the Web, listen to music, or look at photos. (Nettops are sometimes referred to as the perfect PC for the kitchen; you can add looking up recipes to the list as well.) Asus had a hit last fall with its diminutive, $349.99 Eee Box nettop, and now it looks to repeat that success with the Eee Top ET1602...