Tuesday, January 28th 2014

MSI Introduces AE202 All-in-One Desktop

MSI announces the MSI AE202 All-in-One PC, featuring a Full-HD 19.5" display and Intel ULV processor. By using a 3rd Generation ULV processor, efficient Military Class components and an LED backlight display, the AE202 offers a power saving solution to businesses, schools, stores and exhibition areas. The Full-HD panel, the Com Port on the rear I/O panel and the RoHS and Energy Star certifications are completing the essence of the AE202's commercial usage.

The MSI AE202 All-in-One PC is especially designed for commercial segments that require performance with high efficiency. With the 3rd Generation ULV processor, the AE202 is a powerful and reliable tool for growing businesses. Furthermore, it also comes with a the Com Port, which is the common interface between various business applications. In order to provide a comfortable using experience, the AE202 is equipped with an anti-glare display to reduce background reflections in offices, well-lit shop floors, and in study rooms, thereby helping to reduce eyestrain and enabling users to better concentrate on the contents of their computer monitor without being distracted by reflections.

AP190 Technical specifications
  • CPU: Intel Celeron 1037U Dual processor
  • Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
  • Chipset: Intel NM70
  • HDD: 3.5"SATA III 500GB 7200RPM
  • Memory : 4GB DDR3 1333 / DDR3 SO-DIMM*1 slots / Max.to 4GB
  • Graphics: Integrated Intel HD Graphics
  • Power Supply: 65W
  • WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n
  • Side I/O: 3-in-1 cardreader (SD, MS, MMC); 2*USB3.0, dc jack
  • Rear I/O: HDMI-Out; 2*USB2.0; 1* COM Port, LAN jack; Mic-in/Head out
  • Color: black
  • Dimensions: 513.2x392.1x87mm, supports VESA Wall Mount
  • Weight: 7.65KG
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2 Comments on MSI Introduces AE202 All-in-One Desktop

#1
eidairaman1
most of the ones ive seen lack the ability to hook up to an external monitor/tv
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#2
Ravenas
While 7200 rpm HDD is fast, I would rather have a SSD. Furthermore, this unit is bulky IMO. When comparing MSI to say an Apple iMac it's like comparing a car with the body size of a Honda Accord with the interior size of a Honda Civic to a Honda Civic.
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