ASUS launches new gaming rig and AIO PC at Game On 2 Tournament

ASUS invited us to the Game On 2 Tournament last April 28, 2012 where they launched the CG8250 gaming desktop and ET2210 All-in-One PC.

Too bad I lost the Super Street Fighter 4 on the media part but the winner was really good. Jon Uriarte of Gadgets Magazine got to take home an ASUS CG8250 gaming desktop. For the public, Clarence Hilario bagged the first place in NBA 2K12 and took home an ASUS Republic of Gamers Vulcan Headset.

ASUS CG8250 Gaming Desktop

The CG8250 is equipped with a 2nd-gen Sandy Bridge Intel Core i7 processors with a whopping 8GB RAM and a terabyte of SATA III hard drive. Gaming is powered by an NVIDIA GT545 GPU so you can enjoy the latest graphics technology like PhysX, for a more immersive gaming environment and NVIDIA 3D Vision, which lets you enjoy movies and games in stereoscopic 3D. It’s also equipped with the latest USB 3.0 ports for faster data transfers at 4.8Gbps.

ASUS CG8250 Specs: 

  • 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2600
  • NVDIA GT545 3GB DDR3
  • 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz
  • with 23 inch IPS Monitor
  • 1TB SATA III hard drive
  • Wireless Keyboard & Mouse
  • 3 Years warranty
  • SRP: Php62,995

ASUS ET2210 All-in-One PC

And for people who don’t like the clutter of wires and cables on their workspace at home, ASUS brings you the ET2210 All-in-One PC. This AIO PC is basically a 21.5” LED with monitor an optical multi-touch screen that contains all the innards of a desktop. It’s comes equipped with SonicMaster premium sound technology, DTS Surround Sensation UltraPC, to deliver more immersive, clearer, and more spacious than you may have thought was possible for a PC.

The ET2210 Series also features HDMI input/output for easier multi-screen configurations. This AIO PC also includes the asus@vibe platform where users can access a variety of consumer contents like music, videos, games, magazines and e-books as well as stream live TV anytime, anywhere.

ASUS ET2210 Specs:

  • Intel Pentium Dual Core SB G620
  • 2GB DDR3
  • 500GB 7200rpm
  • 21.5″ FULL HD 1920×1080
  • Multi-Touch Panel
  • SRP: Php32,995 

7 Comments

  1. Wow, this will be great for people who know nothing about building computers part by part. Of course, learning about it will be better.
    Another pro will be, it’ll be cheaper because, you did buy it part-by-part, but it also depends on what part you bought.

    I believe this will be a step forward in ASUS’ business and sales!(But, I am biased to ASUS haha) Good job!

  2. Griswold /

    Wow yung gaming desktop! ganda ng specs. kumpleto na. ganyan ka na lang instead of gaming laptop.

    • joey /

      da best talaga mag laro sa desktop kesa sa laptop.. this one is perfect for me.. lalo na din siguro sa mga hardcore gamers

  3. makulit siguro mag DoTA dyan sa multi-touch screen na yan… XD

  4. Unison /

    First I was like WOW, but then I started research the specs of the 63k unit. Those specs are 2 years old.. The graphic card costs like 30 bucks. That’s why they play street fighter and not a real game.
    Where can I buy/build a real computer in Davao?

  5. lol /

    yung monitor lang ang maganda spec nito IMO. Bobo lang yung price… edi mag Imac ka nalang… or pabuo ka na lang sa gilmore, may sukli ka pa plus doble bilis ng unit mu… IMO

    • this is clearly not for mac users… or those who can build their own rig with separate warranties per part. this is for those who want a branded desktop all the way including the monitor.

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