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MSI announces a new gaming all-in-one PC
Press release, August 23; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 23 August 2013]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has introduced a 27-inch, all-in-one gaming PC: AG2712A, featuring the Intel Core i7 3630QM quad-core processor, AMD's Radeon HD 8970M discrete graphics card, and up to 2GB GDDR5 graphics memory.

MSI incorporated the latest AMD Radeon HD 8970M discrete graphics card into the AG2712A with support for DirectX 11.1.

MSI also adopts its Flicker-Free technology into the new all-in-one PC's anti-glare display. The technology supports both touchscreen and non-touchscreen models. Flicker-Free technology stabilizes electrical currents and stops most flickering, which is generally invisible, regardless of computer settings, to protect eyes and prevent tiring which results from viewing screens for long periods of time, MSI claimed. In addition, the AG2712A supports MSI's Blue Light Control technology to effectively reduce blue light emitted from the screen.

MSI has also integrated its Military Class 4 materials and components, including high-quality SFC, Hi-c CAP, and Dark CAP, into the AG2712A. The AG2712A has passed third party MIL-STD-810G laboratory testing to ensure that materials and components remain stable after long-term use.

In cooperation with Plextor, MSI developed two SSD drives optimized for the AG2712A with a reading speed approaching 1000MB/s. The AG2712A also supports Plextor True Speed technology which resolves common SSD issues, including bogging down as a result of long-term use or nearly filled storage space.

MSI AG2712A gaming all-in-one PC

MSI AG2712A gaming all-in-one PC
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