MSI will be showcasing their latest Wind Top AP1920 All-in-One PC and Wind Box DE220 and Wind Box DC500 Mini PCs at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Read on for the new release.

Taipei (Dec. 22, 2009) – MSI will be showcasing several new models with energy-saving PC design at the CES 2010 exhibition. The new models, which feature the Pine Trail technology platform with the latest Intel Atom processor, include the Wind Top AP1920 All-in-One PC and the Wind Box DE220 and Wind Box DC500 Mini PCs. These products claim low energy consumption – more than 80% lower than that of a standard desktop PC, with& compact, space saving design.

The Wind Top and Wind Box Series Combine Slim, Lightweight Design with Outstanding Performance
The Wind Top AP1920 is the world’s slimmest All-in-one PC, with a width of just 35mm and has a 16:9 wide format 18.5-inch display. The AP1920 uses Intel’s new Pine Trail-D platform, with the Atom D510/D410 processor that provides superior performance, while ensuring low energy consumption and low noise.

The Wind Box DE220 is a 2L mini PC; the Wind Box DC500 is a 4.7L model and use the same Intel latest Atom processor. The Wind Box DE220 is small and lightweight (about the size of a sheet of A4 paper), and can be wall-mounted behind a display, effectively converting a conventional PC into an all-in-one model. The DC500 is designed to stand upright on a desk, is approximately 60% smaller than a conventional 15L desktop PC, and is ideal for users who want to be able to save energy and save space.

Source: MSI