Excerpt: 19 Flares 19 Flares × The iMac has been selling well for Apple for many years and PC centric manufacturers are beginning to realise that there is a viable market for an attractive, capable ‘All In One’ unit. Today we are looking at the MSI Wind Top AE2400 desktop system which features an Intel processor and AMD discrete graphics paired up with a high quality 24inch 1080p touch screen.
Excerpt: With the rise of inevitable human machine interaction, arises the need to manufacture products that are easier to use for even the novice users, and this remains to be the major focus for the companies in the last two decades. One sector that has particularly the most affected of this necessity has been the computing [...
Excerpt: The specs are quite impressive for a machine that retails at a penny less than £950. You've got Windows 7 Home Premium running via an Intel Pentium Dual Core E5400 processor (clocked at 2.7GHz) backed up by an ATI Radeon HD 5730 3D GPU with 1GB DDR3 VRAM, as well as the machine's 4GB of DDR3 RAM. There's also a 1TB HDD to store all of your media and game data.
Pros: Good spec and decent GPU makes for pleasant movie and game experience
Cons: Touchscreen isn't the greatest and the build quality seems a bit cheap.
Excerpt: Der All-in-One-PC von MSI ist zwar ein flotter Arbeiter, für anspruchsvollere Spiele ist er aber nicht geeignet. Im Testbericht erfahren Sie, wie es um Ausstattung, Bedienbarkeit und Service bestellt ist.