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MSI Windbox is a VESA-mount's best friend

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MSI deserves a round of high-fives for the Windbox. Generally, all-in-one computers tend to be pricey and stick owners with limited LCD screen options so the Windbox’s mounting solution just makes so much sense. The nettop is a slim-line PC that affixes to the standard LCD VESA mounting holes allowing owners to choose their monitor.

An Intel 1.6GHz N270 Intel Atom CPU powers the computer with Windows XP Home the OS of choice. The rest of the specs includes 1GB or 2GB of RAM, either 160GB or 250GB HDD, WiFi b/g and gigabit ethernet are kind-of mundane but should make a decent enough desktop for most daily tasks.

Interested? MSI has slated a first quarter ’09 launch at a price around €200 ($258). Not too bad; could be a great kitchen/kids computer.

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