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MSI Rolls Out Adora24 Ultra-slim & 27-inch AG2712A Gaming AIO PCs

By Joy Hou - on 5 Jun 2013, 5:30pm

MSI Rolls Out Adora24 Ultra-slim & 27-inch AG2712A Gaming AIO PCs

MSI has introduced a new gaming series which features the 27-inch Gaming All-in-One PC, the AG2712A. Also announced is Adora24 from the new ultra-slim AIO PC series.


MSI 27-inch Gaming AIO PC AG2712A

Boasting an Intel Ivy Bridge i7 processor with AMD Radeon HD 8970M graphics, it runs on the Windows 8 platform, supporting 10 simultaneous touch points and allowing gamers to play the latest touch control game apps offered on the Windows 8 Store. The AMD Radeon HD8970M Series GPUs incorporate AMD's GCN architecture, and key power technologies such as AMD Enduro, so you get the most gaming and entertainment performance.

Also, MSI fused the anti-glare display into All-in-One with touch screen, so gamers can spot their enemies even when gaming under bright light. On top of that, Flicker-free technology stabilizes power and prevents invisible flickering from the naked eye under normal conditions.

The AG2712A can also be used as an independent monitor and connected to gaming consoles, like XBOX 360 and PS3.


MSI Adora24 Ultra-slim AIO PC

Measuring a mere 21mm at its thinnest point, the Adora24 comes powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge Mobile i3/i5 multi-core processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M discrete graphics card. The GT 740M supports Optimus technology for instantaneous switching between the CPU's integrated graphics and the GT 740M under different user scenarios.

In addition to the flicker-free display technology, the anti-glare display allows the user to use the computer for extended periods without experiencing eyestrain. Running on Windows 8, users can use the 10-point multi-touch control interface to play games available through the Windows Store. Also, the Adora24 can be connected to an XBOX 360 or PS3 console and be used as a standalone display.

All images accredited to MSI.

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