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MSI showcases Wind Top and Wind Box series at CeBIT

MSI Wind Top AE2010

MSI has introduced their latest Wind Top and Wind Box multimedia entertainment products for the All-in-one market, including the Wind Top AE2010 with a 20-inch display and Wind Top AE2200/1900 Touch Control PCs.

At the CeBIT computer fair in Hannover, Germany, MSI has rolled out their new high-performance multimedia entertainment products targeted at the All-in-one market.

The highlights include the Wind Top AE2010 that features a 20-inch display in the E (Entertainment) sub-series, and new touch screen models in the form of the Wind Top AE2200 and Wind Top AE1900.

As for Small Form-Factor (SFF) products, the manufacturer has added an even more compact Wind Box DC100 model to its Wind Box range. At CeBIT, MSI also announced that its All-in-one computer product range will now be officially known as the “Wind Top” series while the SFF range is now named the “Wind Box” series.

Wind Top AE2010 – The First New 20″ All-in-one Model
The first 20-inch All-in-one computer from MSI made its first official experience at CeBIT. The new 20-inch model joins the existing 19-inch and 22-inch models in the Wind Top series, and not only offers the new option of a 16:9 aspect ratio 20″ computer display but also offers upgraded multimedia performance.

The E (Entertainment) series in the Wind Top range is designed to provide high-quality visual and audio effects for the discerning user. The new Wind Top AE2010 now offers even more advanced graphics. Apart from the 1600×900 high resolution display, it also comes with built-in UVD (Universal Video Decoder) to support High Definition video decoding and greatly reduce the process workload.

The Wind Top AE2010 also offers more complete multimedia functionality compared to its predecessors by using an AMD single-core CPU with the AMD 780G chipset.

Fashionable Lifestyle with the Wind Top AE2200/1900 Touch Control Computers
Shown for the first time at CeBIT in Germany is MSI’s advanced touch control computer monitor technology. Beyond its pursuit of one-piece construction, compactness and style, MSI also introduced the latest touch control technologies to bring about a more elegant high-tech lifestyle that totally satisfies the user’s aesthetic tastes. These new stylish machines provide an excellent interpretation of trendy condo living and stylish high-tech applications.

Wind Box DC100
MSI’s SFF Window Box series is designed to deliver compactness and low energy consumption in a small form. With just 1.5L in volume, the Wind Box DC100 is not only more compact than its predecessor but also uses the same energy efficient dual-core Atom processor to deliver both form and function.

Professional Machines Continue to Draw Attention
MSI has designed three sub-series for its range of All-in-one computers targeted at three different user requirements. These are the E (Entertainment), P (Professional) and C (Classic series). At this year’s CeBIT, MSI will put on display many new E-series models and once again attract the public’s attention. The NetOn AP1900 from the P series that made an appearance at the CES in the U.S. has also received favorable reviews since it first appeared.

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