All-In-One systems usually have certain things going for them. Clear definable features make them what they are, but every once in a while a company creates a model that can be mistaken for a PC monitor.

ASUS seems to have unleashed one that does not look any different from a normal display, at least from the front anyway. The ET2321 is a very capable AiO (complete with exclusive ASUS features) that looks like any good old 23-inch display.

For starters, this PC does not have a wide and thick base that sets it apart from monitors.

And the 10-point multi-touch 23-inch screen offers a display resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels while hiding 16GB of memory, up to 2TB of storage space and an Intel Core i3 CPU.

Speaking of processors, users have a choice of three chips, all of them of the ultra-low voltage variety.

The system also offers a super-multi DVD-RW optical drive or a Blu-ray combo drive, dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless support. Two HDMI ports (one input, one output), three USB 3 ports, three USB 2 connectors, a memory card reader and 2 watt stereo speakers along with and a 3 watt subwoofer.

Even a TV tuner is available as an option, making this as deluxe a system as any!

And perhaps most impressively, graphics are not limited to an integrated chip in the CPU. Instead, the company has thrown in an Nvidia GeForce GT740M as an optional installation instead of the built in Intel solutions, the HD 4400 or Iris 5100 graphics.

No idea yet of the price this AiO will retail at — but expect it to be appropriately deluxe.

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  • Ray C

    I like the pic. It honestly doesn’t look that different from the iMac I have to use at work. More companies should be releasing these.

    • Fahad Ali

      Hear, hear. And at affordable prices too. I’d buy one in a snap, even considering the lack of expandability and DIY servicing when things go wrong. It’s a looker, alright!