At CeBIT 2010 the world’s largest computer exhibition, MSI will display a series of powerful All-in-One PCs featuring the newest Intel® Core™ processor and state of the art ATI 3D graphics with Direct 11 features. Multitouch screens with MSI’s intuitive user interface provide a new dimension of computer operation. Full HD display resolution and home theatre audio features make MSI AIO PC’s outstanding. MSI will also reveal the world's first large-sized 3D All-in-One PC with powerful computing capabilities. A 120Hz LED panel and 3D Shutter Glasses perform flawless and highly detailed 3D images. MSI's Wind Series PCs, including the Wind Top All-in-One PCs and Wind Box Mini-PCs, all share the same design objectives of energy conservation and reduced power consumption.
MSI has become the first company in the world to introduce an All-in-One PC with a 3D touch-screen. Taking advantage of recent advances in 3D imaging technology, MSI has integrated 3D display technology combined with a powerful Multi-Core CPU and new 3D graphics technology to ensure smooth, clear 3D images and a higher level of detail. The combination of a 120Hz LED panel and 3D shutter glasses brings the kind of 3D video experience into your home that you would normally only expect from a modern 3D movie theater.
Besides its ultra-cool 3D All-in-One models, MSI will also been showcasing the new high-performance Wind Top AE2420 and AE2280 All-in-One PCs, 22- and 24-inch models that are equipped with the latest Intel® Core (Core i3/i5/i7) processors (released in 2010), as well as Intel’s Turbo Boost technology, which automatically adjusts the processor frequency, ensuring maximum performance for each type of application while also saving energy. With a multi-touch display and high-performance CPU, MSI’s Wind Top All-in-One PCs combine smooth, streamlined looks with raw power; these new models are set to make traditional desktop PCs a thing of the past.
For commercial users, MSI will also launch the environmentally-friendly Wind Top AP1920 and AE1920 19- inch All-in-One PCs. In terms of desktop computers MSI is about to release the Wind Box DC520 and DE220 Mini-PCs with “green” design. Responding to the global trend towards carbon reduction and energy conservation, all of these MSI products have secured U.S. Energy Star 5.0 certification. In addition they also conform to the European Union’s new EuP (Energy using Product) environmental directive that has come into effect in 2010. The average hourly electricity consumption of these devices is more than 90% lower than that of a traditional 300W PC; this results in a considerable saving on energy. MSI AIO PCS and desktop PCs consist of coating materials that are free from harmful substances, and the respective packaging material is at least 80% recyclable.
Ensuring great quality sound throughout the range; 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 additional 10W strong-bass speakers.
Last but not least MSI AIO PCs provide the digital SPDIF connector to ensure a perfect combination with any professional HIFI system at home.
Having already rolled out a series of All-in-One PC designs that feature a range of advanced technologies, MSI has now added several new, beautiful models to its All-in-One PC range. Besides making its All-in-One PCs slim and streamlined, MSI has also introduced attractive All-in-One PC designs in a whole range of colors.
MSI’s CeBIT exhibit will display All-in-One PC models in a variety of sizes, with 18.5", 19.5", 21.5" and 23.5" display designs. Featuring various specifications and configurations to meet the needs of the customer. MSI has the fullest range of variety among All-in-One PC brands, and with the company's technological breakthroughs and innovation, there's a lot more to look forward to.
For detailed product specifications, visit the MSI exhibit at CeBIT (Hall 17｜C) or refer to MSI's official website www.msi.com/ for more details.
For online exhibition of MSI CeBIT 2010, please visit http://event.msi.com/cebit_2010