Many dying sectors and possibilities have seen a revival thanks to the pandemic. Laptops and desktop computers are one such sector that experienced significant growth. For this reason, manufacturers like Asus also released all-in-one desktop computers like the Asus AIO241e. To learn more about the desktop PC, we spent considerable time using it. If you’re looking to purchase a new computer, you shouldn’t miss this review of the Asus AIO 241e.
Asus AIO 241e review: Design and Display
The Asus AIO 241e shouts for attention right out of the box. The gold view is quite cutting-edge and upscale. The 24-inch bezel-free edge to edge display, however, really steals the show. A golden panel at the bottom of the front features speakers, two MICs, and an HD camera.
When you turn it over, a swarm of USB 3.1 ports, HDMI in and HDMI out ports, and an Ethernet port can all be found. On the right side, you can also notice the power button. Additionally, the bottom of the device contains a mode switch that allows you to switch between PC and set-top box or gaming console modes, a 3.5 mm audio connector, and an additional USB port in case you need to plug in a pen drive.
Users of the Asus AIO 241e receive a complete QWERTY keyboard with a NUM pad, a wireless keyboard, and a mouse. They are powered by two triple-A batteries and one double-A battery. Both are suitable for everyday use, but if you want to play games, you’ll need a better keyboard and mouse. The AIO’s display is enhanced by the golden metal stands, and the golden keyboard and mouse complete the stunning appearance.
As we approached the display, we were enthralled. The anti-glare FHD LED display on the Asus AIO 241e can project sharp visuals and vibrant colours. It has a 16:9 aspect ratio and a maximum brightness of 250 nits. We watched a lot of YouTube and Netflix videos, and the AIO did not let us down. With its 3W x 2 speakers, the sound perfectly complements the show.
Asus AIO 241e review: Performance
The Asus AIO 241e AIO contains an Intel Core i5 11thGen CPU with a clock speed of up to 2.4 GHz, according to its technical specifications. The computer also includes an integrated graphics chip, 256GB of PCIe-based SSD storage, and 8 GB of RAM. Additionally, Windows 10 Pro includes built-in Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 5.0.
We thought the Asus AIO 241e was fairly decent all around. We played games like DOTA 2 and CS: Go on it, and both smoothly operated at high settings between 60 and 90 frames per second. Nearly all bloatware is absent, and Asus did a wonderful job of optimising this AIO. The fact that you can connect an external device, like an Xbox or a PlayStation, and use its enormous screen to play games is the nicest feature of this AIO. The power consumption of this AIO is 90W, which is the power adaptor that is included in the box. which is significantly less as compared to a standard desktop.
We experienced no issues using the keyboard or wireless mouse for everyday office tasks. On the Asus AIO 241e, we also conducted a few office meetings, and the outcomes were also favourable. Overall, a reliable device for work or entertainment purposes.
The Asus AIO 241e is a product of excellent design work by Asus. We adored the feel and appearance of gold. The computer is speedy, quickly loads programmes and applications, and seldom lags. If you’re in the market for a desktop PC that will meet your workplace needs but not use a lot of power, this one can very well be your next purchase at Rs 64,990. Only if the RAM was 16GB and in the same price range could this be improved.
Small in scale
a little less RAM
there is no separate graphics card.
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