Now, let’s have a closer examination of the ASUS ET2411INTI. As we’ve mentioned, the new ASUS AIO is a pretty-looking system. Thanks to its slim profile (only 6cm thick at its thickest point) and attractive design, it has the sort of understated look that is very much desired these days. If we had any gripes about the design, it would be its aluminum stand. The stand looks classy but it only adjusts for tilt, and not for height.
Unusual for an AIO is that the ET2411INTI also comes with an additional subwoofer. It's a modestly-sized unit that ASUS says was designed by its Golden Ear team and it provides extra oomph to the ET2411INTI otherwise flat sound. It's a nice thought, but if you are serious about audio, you'd still want to get proper speakers to complement the ET2411INTI.
Also unusual is that the ET2411INTI has an optical touchscreen which uses multiple image sensors and infrared lights to detect your touch points. The sensors are capable of recognizing up to two points of touch and they track accurately enough once you get the hang of it.
To show off the ET2411INTI’s touchscreen capabilities, the unit came bundled with a few applications such as ASUS Memo and Paint. Admittedly, these applications feel a tad gimmicky, but they should provide young users with a couple of hours of entertainment. Users would probably find the ASUS Cinema and ASUS@vibe applications more useful. The former is an application that quickly scans your entire system for media content and presents them in a touch-friendly interface, while the latter is ASUS’ very own online entertainment store.