MSI All-in-One Gaming PC announced

MSI-AIOHardcore gamers tend to take a very careful approach when it comes to decking out their gaming machine with the very best hardware that their hard earned money is able to purchase at that point in time, at least until the next upgrade is due, of course. Some prefer to build their gaming rigs from scratch, while others do not mind having a platform to begin with and working their way up from there. MSI is a household name when it comes to computer systems, and this time around, they have unveiled their full range of the world’s first and most powerful gaming All-in-One (AIO) computers, including the NVIDIA GTX 880M powered 27” AG270with speakers & amplifier empowered by Yamaha, and the ultra-slim 24” AG240 and 22” AG220.

Shoddy frame rates should not longer be an issue if you decide to pick up these puppies from MSI. The new gaming AIOs will come with similar high-performance components that are normally found in bulkier desktops, all crammed into an attractive and compact form factor that will not consume too much space on your work area, where among them include Intel Core i7 processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M series graphics cards, up to 8GB of GDDR5 RAM, and Killer Gaming Networking that delivers lightning fast and lag-free connectivity.

Not only that, select models will boast of Super RAID (2 SSD’s in RAID 0), touchscreen capabilities and a Blu-Ray disc burner for that added touch of class, now how about that? Super RAID and Plextor True Speed Performance Technology help to deliver unprecedented and stable long-term speeds through the elimination of the drop in read/write speeds that are normally experienced by SSDs after prolonged use, resulting in stable and reliable read speeds of up to 1000MB/sec.

Your eyes too, will appreciate the anti-glare, anti-flicker matte display thanks to MSI’s proprietary Eye Pro Technology which will stabilize the electrical current in order to prevent flickering in standard displays, ensuring that eye fatigue is decreased by generating 75% less blue light. Regardless of which model you pick, the new range will feature a full 104 –Key gaming keyboard and a 3,500 dpi gaming mouse, with prices starting from $1,249.99.

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