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MSI’s ultra-quiet all-in-one PC will be available to buy in the UK next month, the firm’s announced.

As previously reported, the AE1900 has a touch-sensitive 19in display that’s surrounded by a “glassy frame” with an embedded 1.3Mp webcam.

At its core you’ll find a 1.6GHz Intel Atom 230 processor and 945GV chipset, alongside 2GB of memory. It will be fitted with a 160GB hard disk and a multi-format optical drive.

Elsewhere on the machine, you’ll find an 802.11n Wi-Fi radio, Ethernet port, four USB ports and a four-in-one memory card reader.

MSI’s Wind Top AE1900 will cost £549 ($811/€602). ®

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