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MSi Wind Top AE1920


$700.00 Released May, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Small enough footprint for tight spaces. Simple enough operation for people who don't like computers. Setup is very simple, just plug it in and turn it on.

The Cons:Power light is dim, hard to find it unless the lights are out. Touch screen interface with smaller objects is tricky - lacks precision.

The Wind Top AE1920 is an all-in-one desktop PC from MSi's Entertainment All-in-One Series.  The PC features a 19" multi-touch LCD panel with a 16:9 aspect ratio and 5ms response time for blur-free motion images.

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  It is designed with an ultra-slim chassis which includes a ATI Mobility Radeon HD5430 graphics for high definition image quality.  The device utilizes an Intel Atom processor, 2GB DDR2 memory, and a 250GB SATA hard drive.  The Wind Top AE1920 uses an average of 90% less energy per hour than a standard desktop PC and meets both Energy Star 5.0 and EuP standards for 2010.  It also includes built-in 3-watt speakers with SRS surround sound, a DVD Supermulti drive, and a high resolution webcam. It operates Windows 7 Home Premium and comes with a USB keyboard and mouse.

Features/Specs

  • Intel Atom Processor
  • 19" Multi-Touch Panel
  • 16:9 Image Aspect Ratio
  • 2GB RAM
  • 250GB Hard Drive
  • 5ms Response Time
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • ATI Mobility Radeon HD5430 Graphics
  • SRS Surround Sound
  • Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Connectivity: Ethernet, WiFi
  • Inputs/Outputs: VGA, 6 x USB, eSATA, HDMI, SPDIF, 6 in 1 Reader
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Meets EuP Standards for 2010

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Pros
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    small enough footprint for tight spaces

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    simple enough operation for people who don't like computers

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    setup is very simple, just plug it in and turn it on

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    uses very little energy to run compared to a normal desktop

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    displays full-screen HD video without stutter or missed frames

  • 1

    only needs a power cable, good for when lots of wires will be a big problem

Cons
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    power light is dim, hard to find it unless the lights are out

  • 1

    touch screen interface with smaller objects is tricky - lacks precision

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