Thursday, April 18th 2013

MSI Launches World's First 27" Gaming All-in-One PC

MSI, world renowned in motherboards, graphics cards, and All-in-One PCs, is rolling out an all-new gaming series. The AG2712 is the world's first 27-inch Gaming All-in-One PC.

The AG2712 features the Intel Core i7 quad core mobile processor and NVIDIA's top-of-the-line GeForce GTX 670MX discrete graphics card with up to 3 GB GDDR5 in graphics memory to maximize your gaming experience. Furthermore, the AG2712 is equipped with an anti-glare Full HD display, for a perfect aim while playing games. With the HDMI-in port and MSI's Instant Display Technolgoy, the AG2712 can also be connected to other game devices such as a PS3, turning the AG2712 in a multi-platform engine for watching Full HD movies or playing the latest games on its large screen. The MSI AG2712 will become available in Europe by the last week of April.


Top end NVIDIA GTX670MX discrete graphics

In terms of full HD resolution, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670MX gives the MSI AG2712 the best possible tools to demonstrate the most excellent performance. The GTX 670MX can pack up to 3 GB GDDR5 of graphics memory, so games with large numbers of textures are not a problem. The GeForce GTX 670MX also supports Optimus, a real time switching technology that switches between the CPU's graphics card and the GTX 670MX as needed for optimal power efficiency heretofore only found in notebooks.

MSI exclusive Instant Display Technology

When gaming, the AG2712 boasts the speed of a PC, but when you are tired of playing PC games, the AG2712 can be used as an independent monitor and connected to gaming devices, like a PS3. When connected, the PC power source can be completely shut down. When you connect to the PC, MSI's Instant Display technology switches on, so there is no need to activate any functions on the PC, just the monitor, reducing power use. If you want to use the PC, you can quickly switch over using the OSD key when you are connected to a gaming device.

Anti-Glare display for gamers

To give you a more enjoyable experience, MSI was first to incorporate anti-glare display into All-in-One with touch screen, so game players can see foes clearly even when playing under bright light circumstances. The screen helps shield your eyes in most situations, but MSI still recommends that players get adequate rest away from their computers.
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29 Comments on MSI Launches World's First 27" Gaming All-in-One PC

#2
iSayuSay
What?! First gaming all-in-one PC in the world?! Bold statement, but false. Do you insist to play games on AIO PC? Get Apple iMac! It's been existing for years now. The latest model runs games just fine with 680MX on 1440p, more so than this puny MSI with 670M on sucky 1080p screen which might not even be an IPS panel.

iMac is the real Macintosh which runs OSX and Windows natively without the need of hacking, and it runs games greatly. Not to mention the sexy aluminum chassis is going to turn anyone's head. :toast:

Most importantly, it's just priced the same with this MSI plastic junk, so really there's only a few to none good reason for me to get this MSI over the iMac. Would you get this over the iMac with 680MX? :eek:

This MSI is a complete crap compared to what iMac could offer, and we're talking about AIO here, so please, bring the arguments about best value desktop and quad SLI GPUs out of the equation here. It's all about AIO

Funny the often times overpriced Apple does it better and cheaper, while MSI just sucks on it. Period! :banghead:
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#3
THE_EGG
by: iSayuSay
What?! First gaming all-in-one PC in the world?! Bold statement, but false. Do you insist to play games on AIO PC? Get Apple iMac! It's been existing for years now. The latest model runs games just fine with 680MX on 1440p, more so than this puny MSI with 670M on sucky 1080p screen which might not even be an IPS panel.

iMac is the real Macintosh which runs OSX and Windows natively without the need of hacking, and it runs games greatly. Not to mention the sexy aluminum chassis is going to turn anyone's head. :toast:

Most importantly, it's just priced the same with this MSI plastic junk, so really there's only a few to none good reason for me to get this MSI over the iMac. Would you get this over the iMac with 680MX? :eek:

This MSI is a complete crap compared to what iMac could offer, and we're talking about AIO here, so please, bring the arguments about best value desktop and quad SLI GPUs out of the equation here. It's all about AIO

Funny the often times overpriced Apple does it better and cheaper, while MSI just sucks on it. Period! :banghead:
Obvious fanboy is obvious...
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#4
iSayuSay
Obvious underpowered and overpriced machine is obvious.

Who do you call a fanboy, mister? Like I said, I don't like the way Apple prices their product either, but calling an underpowered AIO a gaming PC? LOL

Why? Because it has dragon logo slapped into the packaging? Anyone could do that. :cool:

I was stating cold, hard fact and you're calling me a fanboy. What a mature way to start a discussion. Thank you!
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