MSI Neton M16, M19 And M22 All-in-One Touchscreen PCs Unveiled

Posted: Nov 19 2008, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:46am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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MSI also enters the All-in-One Desktop market, like Asus with the Asus Eee Top and tries to give HP a hard time in the touchscreen enabled All-in-One PC segment. I bet that Apple will release a touchscreen iMac with multi-touch in 2009 - it is just a natural thing to do for Apple.
Back to the Atom CPU running MSI Neton. The M16 is supposed to have a 15.6 inch touchscreen and supposedly a $400 price point.
The Neton M19 features a 18.5 inch screen and the M22 a big 22 inch panel. The design of the MSI Neton M16 kind of sucks though with the PC parts integrated in a big stand under the monitor. The MSI Neton M19 and M22 look great with everything hidden behind the panel.
The new MSI Neton PCs will start shipping in January 2009 (M16, M19 and M22 later).
More details and photos on Engadget Chinese. Via Engadget.

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