Who says All-in-One PCs can't be high end machines? MSI just updated their 27" lineup with some rather impressive components. One definite benefit to these machines is the matte display, which has been updated with a new feature called Anti-Flicker which reduces the amount of blue light generated by the display. The base model is $1800 so you are paying a premium for the form factor but you do get an impressive looking and fully functional system for that price.
City of Industry, Calif. – October 22, 2014 – MSI Computer Corp announces the availability of their lineup of 27-inch All-in-One gaming computers featuring NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900M graphics cards. MSI’s lineup of gaming AIOs are powered by Intel Core i7 processors, up to 16 GB DDR3L memory, Killer E2200 Game Networking, and MSI’s Super RAID technology.
MSI’s upgraded gaming AIOs feature NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900M GPUs, the world’s fastest and most powerful mobile gaming graphics card. NVIDIAs latest GPU packs the power of a high-end performance graphics card into the silhouette of a mobile unit through a Maxwell architecture that delivers up to 35% increase in 3DMark11 performance.
“Gamers crave performance and our new lineup of 27-inch gaming AIOs will leave them breathless,” says Andy Tung, CEO of MSI Pan America. “The outstanding combination of state-of-the-art components, including NVIDIA’s latest GPU, deliver the most immersive gaming experience available and is guaranteed to outperform any other unit on the market.”
MSI complements the GPU with other cutting-edge components, including Intel Core i7 processor and Super RAID technology for ultra-fast storage speed with dual mSATA SSD’s in RAID 0, Killer E2200 Game Networking for lighting fast and lag-free connectivity, and dual Yamaha speakers and amplifier for an incredible sound experience. Yamaha speakers feature a built-in full-range monomer and an independent subwoofer to create a 2-way speaker system that pumps out intense explosions, clear footsteps and piercing screams.
To ensure a smooth and enjoyable gaming experience, even in prolonged battle sessions, MSI equipped the AIOs with an anti-glare matte display with Anti-Flicker technology. MSI’s proprietary Anti-Flicker technology generates 75% less blue light by stabilizing the electrical current on the display, thus preventing flickering and decreasing eye fatigue.
Looks very cool. If I had
Looks very cool. If I had that kind of cash I definitely would be interested in this.
No! I won’t click on the
No! I won’t click on the Link. I’ll Google it and look for a review. Keep up the ad copy cut and paste!
I’d be half interested if
I’d be half interested if they 1440p displays
27″ 1080p in late 2014 for gaming? MSI you can do better.
1080p?! Looking at the MSI
1080p?! Looking at the MSI it looks like a really bad iMac 5k knock-off. Come on… at LEAST make it 1440p!
Wonder who would want this instead of a laptop anyways?
Base model is $1800? So the
Base model is $1800? So the m980 model is way more. For similar price point you can probably have a nice asus gsync monitor 1440p and 2 gtx 970s and everything else, ssd cpu mobo ram chasi etc.. fyi this cam also be upgraded vs the msi all in one can’t.
Why do they use a mobile GPU
Why do they use a mobile GPU on a desktop product. It would be better if they use a GTX 760.
It’s an all in one, by
It’s an all in one, by definition it’s mobile parts creamed into the back of a monitor