MSI shows off some new All-in-Ones just in time for CeBIT

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MSI showed off some new all-in-one PCs, just in time for the CeBIT conference in Germany.

Credit: Engadget Chinese

It looks like there are at least a couple of different all-in-one models on display, both AMD and Intel powered versions.  The fact that we’re seeing AMD inside is a welcome change of pace.  The models come in 19, 20 and 22-inch versions, and while we don’t have pricing yet, chances are that they’ll be pretty affordable.  I got to play with some of these at CES and while the touchscreen software wasn’t amazing, given it’s just a new skin on top of Windows XP, but it’s perfectly functional and, given the pictures above, it looks like it’s improved a good bit.

Intel and AMD’s traditional chips weren’t the only players at the event, however, as the Atom reared it’s little low-powered head in the form of the DC100, MSI’s revision of their Wind PC nettop.

Credit: Engadget Chinese

Another Atom-based computer, but the design is much sleeker this time time around; it’s very similar to the Eee Box from ASUS.  The DC100 offers 4 USB ports, audio in and out, networking, and a DVI port.

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