MSI to launch 24-inch 3D All-in-One PC at CeBIT

Feb 24, 2010

MSI will display a series of extreme performance All-in-One PCs featuring the newest Intel Core processor and a full HD, hi-fi, home theatre PC at CeBIT next week. MSI will also reveal the world’s first large-sized 3D All-in-One PC with powerful computing capabilities.

MSI’s Wind Top All-in-One 3D PC integrates advanced 3D display technology with powerful CPU processing to deliver smooth, clear and vibrant 3D images with a high level of image detail and clarity. Combining a large, 24-inch 120Hz LED display and full HD (1080p) resolution with 3D shutter glasses allows home users to experience the 3D movie theater experience in the comfort and convenience of their living rooms.

MSI All-in-one 3D PC

Featuring a 22- or 24-inch multi-touch display, the new Wind Top AE2420 and Wind Top AE2280 All-in-One PCs are equipped with the latest Intel Core (Core i3/i5/i7) processors and Intel’s Turbo Boost technology, which automatically increases CPU frequency on demand, delivering maximum performance for HD movies, sophisticated 3D games and other resource-hungry applications. Combining an intuitive multi-touch display with high-performance processing power, these Wind Top All-in-One PCs combine sleek, stylish looks with the raw power to make traditional desktop PCs a thing of the past. The MSI Wind Top AE2280, AE2260 and AE2220 Hi-Fi are equipped with two 5W Hi-Fi speakers, while the 24-inch AE2400 and AE2420 feature 10W strong-bass speakers.

MSI’s Wind Series PCs, including the Wind Top All-in-One PCs, Wind Box Mini-PCs, all share the same design objectives of energy conservation and reduced power consumption. MSI will also feature a series of LOHAS models at CeBIT to show that energy efficiency and earth-friendly solutions begin with choosing the right computers.

For more information, visit MSI exhibit booth (Hall 17, Booth C38) at the annual CeBIT trade show in Hannover, Germany, March 2-6, 2010.

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