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MSI Wind Top AE2280 All-in-One Desktop PC Available Now Starting at $949.99

MSI Wind Top AE2280 All-in-One Desktop PC Available Now Starting at $949.99

There are plenty of options for folks who want a computer now-a-days. You can have the traditional monitor and tower, or if you're short on space, you can cram it all into one, and get yourself an aptly named "all-in-one" system. For example, you can get your hands on the MSI Wind Top AE2280 right now, if you are so inclined. And while it may look like a standard AiO solution for your home or office, it's hiding something underneath the hood that may just sway your fence-sitting decision.

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MSI Wind12 U230-040 gets reviewed: decent performance but runtimes short

MSI Wind12 U230-040 gets reviewed: decent performance but runtimes short

MSI's Wind12 U230 range are described by the company as netbooks, but with 12.1-inch displays we'd say they slot more into the consumer ULV segment; either way, one of the newer models, the U230-040, has shown up for a review over at TestFreaks.  Based on a dual-core AMD Athlon Neo X2 processor, along with ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics, MSI reckon it's a step up from the regular Intel Atom based crowd.

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MSI Wind gets sliding touchscreen tablet mod

MSI Wind gets sliding touchscreen tablet mod

The slider form-factor isn't unusual in mobile devices - HTC's Touch Pro2 has a particularly nifty mechanism, and larger handhelds, such as the PsiXpda UMPC, have used it too - but how about a 10.2-inch slider tablet?  That's what InsanelyWind forum member c0ff33 is working on, turning his Advent 4211c (a rebadge of the MSI Wind U100) into a touchscreen tablet that opens up to reveal the QWERTY keyboard.

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