The latest rig to roll out from the AIO stable is the MSI Wind Top AE2071 PC that’s apparently the first of its kind to come with an LED panel. And, that’s not all the desktop flaunts – the energy-saving technology it employs is said to consume lesser power as compared to counterparts within the same segment.
Running the show within this computer is the second generation of Intel Core processor, better known as Sandy Bridge, which integrates a CPU and a GFX unit into a single chip. Through this, the AIO holds capabilities of delivering an improved visual experience by rendering graphics without the need of a discrete GPU. For better productivity, both these aforementioned components are likely to automatically adjust the distribution of resources based on the workload. And complementing this fact is MSI’s own energy-saving technology that claims to reduce the overall power consumption by 30%.
Where specifications are concerned, the AE2071 houses options of either the Intel Pentium G620 or the Core i3 2100 processor, a 20-inch LCD-LED backlit panel with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels and 2GB of DDR3 RAM that’s further expandable up to a total of 8GB. Also, fitted within dimensions of 513.2mm x 392.1mm x 87.7mm are components such as a 500GB 3.5-inch SATA II HDD operating at 7200RPM, a tray-in DVD Super-Multi optical drive, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n standards, a 6-in-1 card reader, a VGA webcam and two 3W speakers with the SRS Premium Sound enhancement.
The MSI Wind Top AE2071 AIO PC release date and price details are still pending an official announcement.