MSI promises compact 3D computing solution

Posted on Feb 28 2010 - 12:39am by simon

Taking the singular design solution of the iMac and then adding in powerful graphics and a modern interface, component manufacturer MSI is planning to bring an all-in-one 3D-ready PC to the market in the near future.

The firm has recently announced that it will be using 24 inch screens which have the benefit of LED backlighting and refresh rates of 120Hz, as well as a native resolution of 1920×1080, or full HD as it is otherwise known. The screen will also be touch sensitive, allowing for some finger-friendly interaction with your programs and games.

Most impressive will be the screen’s ability to display full 3D images using a pair of polarised specs, which will presumable be bundled with the retail package once it comes out of development. This will allow users to watch 3D movies and play 3D games when they are made available, which will be sure to attract many eager early adopters.

MSI will be using the CeBit electronics conference next month to unveil the 3D computers and it also plans to draw further attention with the launch of a brand new gaming laptop.

The MSI GT660 will use Intel’s new i7 quad-core CPU and could feature a whopping 12GB of RAM if you have the cash to splash out on the triple channel kit with sticks packing 4GB each. The GT660 will also sport USB 3.0 ports along with an nVIDIA graphics solution for high end graphics and high definition video playback.

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