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Asus Zen AiO Review – Asus’ version of the iMac
Asus has a Zen AiO made a potentially very interesting all-in-one, which could be a nice alternative to a Windows-based iMac. However, we’ll finish, especially those of the input devices and the lamination of the screen, along with the lack of an SSD deal breakers. For the price of almost 1700 euros, we expect a little more, even if you get a handsome all-in-one with a 4K display. The processor is smooth and the graphics card you can reasonably play a game. However, the negatives, coupled with the price, making this all-in-one not recommended.
Pretty smooth processor
Nice 4k screen
Screen behind plastic plate
Tweakers zegt: 5,5
Price for publication: € 1670, –
Available from: € 1699, –
Tested version: Asus Zen AiO S Z240ICGT-GJ051X
One of the most popular and successful all-in-ones is undoubtedly Apple’s iMac. In its various forms, from the G3 to the Retina iMacs, Apple’s PhD is the design was ‘to beat’. Probably Asus has also looked closely at the competition for the design of the Zen AiO. With a little ill will you might even say that Zen is a Windows copy of the iMac, but the Zen has idiosyncratic enough to be called a stupid clone. So we call Intel’s Real Sense technology, which enables you to control your PC with gestures. The camera also makes Windows Hello possible so that you can log in by simply sit down at your PC.
Asus Zen AiO S
We looked at the model of the Zen AiO S equipped with an i7 processor, solid graphics, hybrid hard drive and 4k screen. A comparison with an iMac here and there is inevitable, but obviously we assess the Zen on its own merits.Viewing:-99
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