MSI Launches New All-in-One PC with Sandy Bridge Inside

Paul Lilly

All-in-One (AIO) PCs are typically more about convenience than raw computing power, but is it possible to have both? MSI is attempting to answer that question with its new Wind Top AE2410, an AIO system built around Intel's Sandy Bridge platform with forward looking features like SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, one of which uses MSI's exclusive Super Charger technology to speed up USB charging time by 40 percent and can recharge devices even when the system is turned off.

Sexy on the outside and capable on the inside, the AE2410 sports an Intel Core i3 2310M (2.1GHz) or Core i5 2410M (2.3GHz) processor, 23.6-inch multi-touch LCD panel with a 1920x1080 resolution, Intel HD 3000 graphics or optional Nvidia GeForce GT 540M, 4GB of DDR3, 1TB hard drive, DVD reader, 802.11g/b/n Wi-Fi, 1.3MB webcam, a pair of 5W speakers with THX TruStudio Pro Technology, eSATA, HDMI, 6-in-1 card reader, wireless keyboard/mouse, optional TV tuner, and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

On the software side, MSI preloads the AE2410 with exclusive multi-touch apps, including Wind Touch 4 (checks the weather, times, and dates of the world's major cities, and offers photo browsing and video messaging), ArtRage 3 Studio (drawing software), and YouCam 4 (uses touch control to manipulate all kinds of video effects).

MSI didn't say how much the AE2410 will cost or when it will ship.

Image Credit: MSI

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