If MSI's iMac-like Wind NetOn AP1900
was a bit too "standard fare" for
your tastes, the aforementioned company has revealed a few
touch-friendly machines at CeBIT that may be just what the innovation
doctor ordered. The all new Wind Top line has been revealed, and at
least initially, it will consist of three models: the AE1900, AE2200
and the AE2010.
The line will span from 19" to 22" in terms of diagonal screen size,
and much like HP's TouchSmart all-in-one PCs, these too posses all the
internals you need for a full-fledged computing experience and allow
you to control the mouse cursor and various other applications via
touch. As for the AE2010, it will come with a single-core AMD
processor, a 780G chipset, but outside of that, MSI
's being quite
stingy with specs, pricing and release dates. We suspect all of that
will flow shortly after CeBIT concludes, but we'll admit that the
waiting is the hardest part.
In related news, the company is also showcasing its small-form-factor
Wind Box DC100, a 1.5L box that promises low power consumption and
plenty of power for handling just the basics. Sadly, all we're told is
that it features a dual-core Atom processor, but suffice to say it
won't be aimed at the gamers in the crowd.