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MSI Wind Top AE1900

MSI Wind Top AE1900

Touchscreen all-in-one PC

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When it comes to performance, the AE1900 does, indeed, run rather like a netbook. Its PC Mark05 CPU score of 1454 points places it at the low end of what we’d expect from its 1.6GHz processor. Memory performance was also quite underwhelming at 2337 points, while the hard drive was really quite slow at 4464 points.

PCMark05 Results
CPU

MSI Wind Top AE1900

Longer bars are better

Memory

MSI Wind Top AE1900

Longer bars are better

HDD

MSI Wind Top AE1900

Longer bars are better

The Intel GMA950 graphics chip really isn’t going to get you very far playing 3D games, so as you might expect our 3DMark06 result is a stutteringly slow 79 points.

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