Thursday, March 26th 2015

MSI Launches Plethora of New Gaming All-in-One PCs

MSI, world leading manufacturer of gaming hardware, launches a whole pack of new Gaming All-in-One PCs, featuring the latest Intel Core i7 and i5 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX960M and GTX970M graphics. The MSI AG270 3K, MSI Gaming 24GE IPS and MSI Gaming 24GE 4K are loaded with a rich array of gaming features, specifically developed to deliver the best experience when playing games.

MSI understands that gamers need the best possible audio output quality when competing online. Therefore MSI integrated Nahimic Audio Enhancer into its newest AG270 3K and Gaming 24GE models, benefitting gaming not only with virtual surround, frequency leveler and bass boost, but also with noise reduction and voice leveler when gaming with a headphone. The MSI Gaming 24GE with IPS technology offers staggering gameplay in combination with the GTX960M GPU. The Gaming 24GE with 4K panel (3840x2160p) additionally makes for a complete PC solution for 4K video editing and encoding.
The AG270 2QC 3K features a 27" panel with a 2560x1440 (3K) resolution which provides a better viewing angle than regular TN panels. This wide-view panel takes image clarity to a whole new level, displaying images more sharp and vivid compared to full HD LCD displays. The AG270 comes with an Intel Core i7 CPU, a GTX 970M graphics card and speakers developed by Yamaha.

To top it off, all mentioned new gaming All-in-One PCs come with Killer Game Networking, Headset Master Technology, Super RAID functionality and will be bundled with a 6 month Premium license of XSplit Gamecaster, for gamers who want to show off their skills to the whole world.

The MSI AG270 3K, MSI Gaming 24GE IPS and MSI Gaming 24GE 4K All-in-One PCs will be globally available in the first week of April 2015.

GTX 960M Graphics Power
The GeForce GTX 960M brings desktop-class gaming performance to the MSI Gaming 24GE, driving impressive gameplay at ultra-settings on 1080p resolutions. Comparing to the previous generation, the GeForce GTX960M scores 10% higher than the GeForce GTX 850M in 3DMark 11P. Now, you can take on every game with blazing-fast performance.

Amazing Audio with Nahimic Audio Enhancer
At the very cutting edge of innovation, Nahimic sound technology has been approved for its quality and precision in projects undertaken by the military sector and the aeronautics industry. Entering the market of gaming, Nahimic places the user experience at the heart of their software, offering highly sought-after gaming benefits, including 360˚ virtual surround sound, frequency leveler and bass boost, but also noise reduction and voice leveler when gaming with a headphone.

Killer Game Networking
The benefit of the Killer Gaming LAN is the "Advanced Game Detect" technology, which recognizes online game data packs and processes them first, accelerating them in the process. The best tool against stuttering characters, freeze-ups, and lagging, vastly improving the online experience.

XSplit Gamecaster
The MSI AG270 3K and MSI Gaming 24GE come with the latest online streaming software, XSplit Gamecaster. It's today's best recording and streaming App for gamers, to let gamers easily share their own gaming moments and gameplay sessions with friends, family or the world through Twitch, Youtube, UStream and more.
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7 Comments on MSI Launches Plethora of New Gaming All-in-One PCs

#1
kaellar
Wanna know what the price of 24GE IPS would look like.
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#2
Casecutter
AIO Gaming PC? It's never made sense to me. I seems like buying into planned obsolescence. o_O
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#3
INSTG8R
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Casecutter, post: 3260500, member: 94772"
AIO Gaming PC? It's never made sense to me. I seems like buying into planned obsolescence. o_O
Well at least these ones appear to have decent "gaming specs"
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#4
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
An All in one Gameing Pc

Its Just marketing to the Masses
My experience of repairing All in one system's is their made with Laptop components
they are not as upgradable as a Proper Gaming Pc

Graphics tend to be Very Expensive to replace mobile cards (MxM and other mobile variants).

Casecutter, post: 3260500, member: 94772"
AIO Gaming PC? It's never made sense to me. I seems like buying into planned obsolescence.
a point well made
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#5
kn00tcn
what's wrong with having a 'large laptop'?
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#6
Caring1
So basically they are oversized Tablets that require a power brick.
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#7
BarbaricSoul
o_O wait a sec, the 3k (2560*1440 res) system comes with a 970m GPU, but the 4k (3840*2160 res) comes with a 960m? o_O
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