CES 2009: MSI Wind NetOn All-in-One Dual-Core Atom PC Debuts

Posted: Jan 5 2009, 9:28am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:24pm CDT, in News | CES

 
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We already reported about how MSI is going to offer an all-in-one touchscreen PC line dubbed Wind NetOn in November. Today MSI officially announces the NetOn for CES 2009.
MSI will present 4 of it’s new All-In-One Atom powered PCs Wind NetOn at CES 2009, including 22" AE2203, 19" AP1900, AE1901, and AP1902.

The MSI Wind NetOn AE1901 is the world’s first All-In-One model equipped with the dual-core Atom processor that helps to not only improve operational performance, but also save energy.
Its power consumption is only 20% of that of normal PCs (250W). The advanced model, AE2203, is fully equipped with advanced AV and entertainment functions and supports up to Full HD.Moreover, CD130, MSI’s new Wind NetTop model will also be exhibited. This model adopts a dual-core Atom processor, and thus presets improved performance and energy-saving efficiency, while being only a quarter of the size of a normal PC.

MSI will also of course exhibit the new MSI Wind U115 and U120 netbooks at the CES 2009.
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