Today, MSI announced some new desktop PCs, including the first mini PC to use Intel's 10th-generation 'Comet Lake' processors. The Cubi 5 10M, seen above, can be mounted to the back of a VESA-equipped monitor, and the CPUs used are Intel's 15W U-series processors. You can get it today from Newegg, B&H, Adorama, and Provantage starting at $549.
And then there's the Cubi N 8GL, which uses Intel's Gemini Lake processors, offering a Celeron N4000, N4100, or Pentium N5000. The CPU choices are meant to be more efficient, allowing for a fanless design in a 0.45L chassis. You can get it from Amazon, Newegg, B&H, and Adorama today starting at $319.
The MSI Pro 16T is more like a 15.6-inch all-in-one desktop, also offering Celeron and Pentium processors, although these are actually 15W U-series chips. It can easily be set up to connect to POS devices like barcode scanners with COM and USB ports. You can get it today from Amazon, Newegg, Best Buy, and Provantage starting at $499.
Finally, the Pro 24 X 10M gets the same Celeron U or Pentium Gold U treatment, although there are options for Comet Lake U. Naturally, this all-in-one PC has a 24-inch display, if you couldn't tell by the name. You can get it today from Adorama, Best Buy, Newegg, Provantage, and B&H starting at $499.