Tag Archives: all-in-one

MSI trots out 20-inch Wind Top AE2070 with USB 3.0, Wind Touch 4 UI

3 May

MSI sure is keeping itself busy with all-in-ones these days. The inexpensive Wind Top AE2050 tech gadgets arrived stateside a month ago, and now the company is back with the Wind Top AE2070, a more tricked-out 20-incher.

This iteration also has a 1600 x 900 display, but steps up to USB 3.0 and can be upgraded to a 3.1GHz Core i3 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT540M graphics. Other specs include a 500GB 7,200RPM hard drive, two three-watt speakers, a DVD burner, and a 6-in-1 memory card reader.

Software-wise, these tech gadgets run Windows 7 along with the latest version of MSI’s Wind Touch UI, which includes Facebook and Twitter buttons in the browser, a dedicated window for viewing photos and video, sticky notes, and weather and time widgets for the desktop.

No word yet on pricing or availability, though we assume it’ll be more wallet-friendly than this.

Source from Engadget

Acer’s Web Surf Station looks like a monitor, acts like an all-in-one

23 Apr

We’d say we’re pretty well-covered when it comes to tech gadgets that turn on instantly to let you surf the web, scan your Facebook feed, and browse photos.

But if you crave that immediacy and a larger, more comfortable viewing space, Acer’s DX241H Web Station might be the product you’re looking for. Available in wired and wireless models, this 24-inch monitor has a built-in browser, and can get online without being connected to a PC. While web surfing is clearly the marquee feature, you can also watch movies on its 1080p display by using Acer’s clear.fi software to stream video and other media from other tech gadgets on the network.

Spec-wise, it also boasts DLNA compatibility, VGA and HDMI output, USB ports, and a memory card slot. People in the UK too impatient to wait for an all-in-one to boot up can snag the Web Station for £299 ($495) in May.

Source from Engadget