Asus Eee Top

Less expensive all-in-one desktop PCs with Atom processors are a hot category, and one of the few ways to buy Windows XP on a desktop these days.

The touch-screen Eee Top has a 15.6-inch display and an Intel Atom processor. Other specs include 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and a 1.3-megapixel Webcam.

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Averatec All-in-One

Wal-Mart Stores sells the Averatec All-in-One for $498. It comes with an Atom processor N270, Windows XP, and an 18.4-inch LCD screen.
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Dell Studio One 19

Dell's Studio One 19 replaces the XPS One. In terms of upgrades, the new version adds a touch screen and Dell's own touch interface. While it doesn't have an Atom processor, the Studio One does come with a lower price tag. It's available now in Japan, and the U.S. later this year for $699 to start.
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MSI WindTop

The WindTop from MSI is almost identical in features to the EeeTop from Asus. The WindTop also boasts a touch screen, but it has slightly more real estate at 18.5 inches. Also inside: an Atom processor, Windows XP, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi.
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Shuttle X50

The Shuttle X50 is pretty much identical to the EeeTop, but has a pop out handle and the ability to hang on a wall. The X50 will be available later this year for $500.
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