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MSI Wind Top AE1900
4.9 out of 10

MSI Wind Top AE1900

Wind Top AE1900 The Wind Top AE1900 is a nettop that Read more

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Overall 6
Value for money 8
Features 8
Performance 6


8 September 2009
  • Summary: Verdict As an entertainment machine this Wind Top is a mixed bag. That said, if you aren't after HD playback and gaming, this machine makes an excellent web and e-mail PC and, since it also packs a memory card reader, you can use it to show off photos as well.
  • Pros: Great design, big-screen size, 802.11n WiFi, well-priced, memory card reader.
  • Cons: Lacks real video firepower, headphones and microphone ports on the back.
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Overall 6

Review: MSI Wind Top AE1900

30 May 2009
  • Excerpt: After a few grim years ceded to the iMac, PC-based all-in-one desktops are making an LL Cool J-esque comeback. Their next move: Make the switch from semi-luxe gear designed for highly-aesthetic environments to the mega-cheap world that the netbook has built.
  • Pros: Amazingly affordable and loaded to the gills. Touchscreen makes this a perfect kiddie computer. Slim profile lets it fit just about anywhere. Cuter than a box of puppies.
  • Cons: Performance problems dog the user at every turn. Flashing blue hard-drive activity light is front and center, terribly distracting and impossible to cover up. Bundled keyboard and mouse are beyond cheap. Webcam aim can’t be adjusted.
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Overall 7

MSI Wind Top AE1900 Review

11 May 2009
  • Conclusion: For the bargain basement price, MSI’s AE1900 Wind Top makes a fine living room machine, spare computer, or e-mail station. Though it costs about $130 more than your average netbook, the Wind Top offers a bigger screen with touch capabilities, an optical drive, and full-sized peripherals, making it a...
  • Pros: Inexpensive; energy efficient; no trialware; face login works well
  • Cons: Monitor stand glitch; low screen resolution; cheap peripherals; not powerful enough for HD; no video output; weak touch-based software
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