Epson Endeavor TD160E review. You have to see how times change. Do you remember from Epson and its famous printers? Personally I had long heard nothing of this manufacturer, which had fallen almost into oblivion. However , the company still active and so much so that in an attempt to rise from its ashes a phoenix which announced the launch of its first computer All in One focused on home users, the Epson Endeavor TD160E.
In fact it is not that wonderful team, but it’s something and something is better than nothing. The Epson Endeavor TD160E All in One is a capacitive touch screen with 10 points with a size of 15.6 inches and 1366 x 768 resolution, as a portable standard 15 inches. It houses an Intel Celeron N3150 1.60 GHz processor with 2GB of DDR3 memory and a 64GB SSD capacity. Read Celeron N3150 benchmark here.
Yes, the system is totally silent since it lacks active cooling (fanless), thereby being ideal for use in spaces where silence is very important as libraries or hospitals. It incorporates WiFi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth, one RJ-45 Gigabit and two USB 3.0 and HDMI video output connectivity.
The Epson Endeavor TD160E Pro comes with Windows 10 operating system factory and the manufacturer will offer different configuration options. In its most basic version (which I have described) will hit stores mid-March with a price of $ 889, quite high for what it offers.
We’ll see how she is going to Epson with this attempt to return to the domestic market, although it seems they have already left far behind the time when they were a world leader in the field of printers and related devices. Since then the team of which I speak today not blunts its hardware or its price exactly, but who knows if it’s just a test to see what market segment can be positioned.