MSI unveils AP1900 All-in-One PC

Yet another all-in-one PC from MSI — the MSI AP1900 All-in One PC looks like a simple LCD display but there’s actually a whole PC tucked inside. It’s another attempt to gain market share where the Apple iMac reigns.


AP1900 Specifications

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Intel Atom N270 Processor
18.5″ WXGA 16:9 LCD Display
Intel GMA950 (up to 228MB shared memory)
HD Audio, 2 Speakers
1.3MP webcam
Gigabit LAN
WiFi 802.11 b/g
4-in-1(Support SD,MMC,MS,XD)
4 x USB 2.0
DVD Super-Multi
Windows XP Home


It only uses around 35 watts of power as well as lightweight (4.75kg) and slim (39mm) enough to hang on the wall. MSI didn’t indicate any price for this unit {MSI via Electronista} or when do we get the chance to see this locally.

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10 Responses

  1. dan says:

    n270 proc, with shared video accelerator on 18.5″ screen? hmm… this could be more enticing if they included a decent video card.

  2. This looks promising and good, specs are ok and hopefully the price will be good also.

    Will eagerly await this in our local stores.

  3. Darren says:

    It will be better if MSI release a Core-2-Duo version with DDR3 memory. All-in-one suppose to use at home and deserve better spec. XD~

  4. Maurice B. says:

    soo much better than eeepc box. if this unit would be sold around 20t then it can beat asus cuz its currently selling around 23t plus.

  5. Adrian says:

    how much kaya yan?

  6. Jay says:

    no big deal but,

    still N270 wit 945GSE chipset..
    so 2008.. it’s already 2009 MSI.

  7. Andre Marcelo-Tanner says:

    I think theyre trying to get in early before the next generation of netbooks, and netpcs come out using Nvidia’s ION platform. Imagine gaming on your 22in flat screen PC. Whats more this would push down the price even more of the current netbooks.

  8. obed says:

    It’s nice to have a 2gb ram in it, can’t wait to see the price, I hope it will only cost less than 35k.

  9. TechPinas says:

    MSI is really upping their game. Kudos to the company — for what it’s worth.

    Thanks for the update!

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