MSI Wind Top AE2010 All-in-One PC

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  • Strong general performance for its price, Single-touch touchscreen


  • 4GB RAM without 64-bit OS, Reflective glossy screen coating

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MSI’s Wind Top AE2010 does a great job of filling the gap between budget-minded all-in-one PCs, and flashier big screen models.

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