Actually it’s under $530.
Which is ridiculous for a 16:9, 18.5-inch touch sensitive widescreen. (It ships with a mouse and keyboard, but you won’t need em.)
Getting one step closer to Minority Report-style navigation, this all-in-one MSI Wind Top AE1900 gets its brainpower from an Intel Atom 230 Processor and uses Windows XP for its OS… so it’s not one of those cheap deals where you save money on the system, but end up shelling out big bucks for the “special” software it has to use. (Not the “borrowed copy of Office you took home from the office…)
The touch nav works with all functions and you can enter data in your own handwriting, or with the on-screen keyboard
What else do you get for your 5 Bennies? A built-in webcam, 160 GB of storage, 4 USB ports, and a 4-1 card reader.
And if going green is your thing, it consumes 80% less energy then a traditional desktop PC. At full tilt, it won’t suck more than 50 watts of power off the grid.
The Wind Top also comes with MSI Easy Viewer, which lets you browse, enlarge, rotate and scan through all your images with the swipe of a finger. Which is as close to being like Tom Cruise as I wanna get.