Released March, 2009
The Pros:22" touchscreen with 1080p (1920 x 1080px) resolution. Affordable price. Dual core Atom CPU - powerful enough for the majority of people, uses little electricity and puts of little heat.
The Cons:Large lower bezel.
The MSi M22 is a lower-end desktop PC that has the entire computer system built into the back of an LCD monitor; this particular type of computer is called a netbook. Due to the competitive pricing options and hardware benefits of similiar competitor models MSI has found itself right at the bottom of the netbook PC market alongside ASUS.
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The M22 is the highest, and most expensive, model in the Neton series of netbook PC's being released by MSI. The M22 features a 22" TFT LCD screen with touch capability; the native resolution of the monitor is 1920 x 1080 pixels and the machine supports full 1080p HD content playback. The M22 will most likely feature a dual core Intel Atom CPU running on the Windows Vista operating system, and will also include an optional Blu-Ray drive built-in. The M22 model will include a starting retail price of about $799, but the actual price will vary depending on options users choose. Unlike the low-end MSI netbook model (M16) the M22 has the entire system tucked away behind the LCD screen and does not require a bulky stand. MSI plans to ship the M22 model netbook sometime in March, 2009.
- Desktop/ Netbook PC; hardware tucked behind LCD monitor
- 22" TFT LCD touch screen; maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels
- Dual core Intel Atom CPU
- Windows Vista operating system
- Optional Blu-Ray drive
- MSRP: Approximately $800
- Release Date: March, 2009
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22" touchscreen with 1080p (1920 x 1080px) resolution
dual core Atom CPU - powerful enough for the majority of people, uses little electricity and puts of little heat
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