MSI debuts the Gaming 27 AIO computer

MSI debuts the Gaming 27 AIO computer

MSI has been known for releasing all-in-one (AIO) computers on a regular basis but most of these models have been designed for office work. Now the Taiwanese company has covered the gaming market with an AIO computer as well by releasing the Gaming 27 all-in-one desktop computer.

The new device features powerful hardware inside and is based around a 27-inch display that works at Full HD resolution. The Gaming 27 houses a powerful 6th generation Intel Core i7-6700 quad-core Skylake processor with Hyper-Threading technology. The machine can also house up to 64 GB of DDR4 memory that will provide enough capacity for all current and future games. In addition, in order to run 3D games in all their glory the computer is equipped with a fast GeForce GTX 980M video card with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory. The computer also has various connectivity options such as a HDMI port that allows users to connect the computer to a gaming console, Killer E2400 Ethernet and Killer Wireless-AC 1535 Wi-Fi for a connection with no wires attached. Users can get an optical drive as well – there’s a choice between a Super-Multi DVD drive and a Blu-ray writer. Finally the Gaming 27AIO desktop computer has support for one 3.5-inch hard drive and two M.2 PCI-E solid-state drives. The new MSI AIO computer runs Windows 10.

MSI has not disclosed any details on pricing and availability but we suspect that the Gaming 27 will be on the market very soon. The computer will likely be expensive, given what it offers.

Source: MSI

Related posts

Hitachi unveils hard drive with monstrous capacity

Despite the hard drive crisis the computer industry is in, the Japanese company Hitachi has launched the world’s most spacious desktop hard drive – now with 4 TB capacity. The new drive carries the DeskStar 5K moniker and comes in 3.5-inch format with support for SATA 3 interface and...

3DMark 11 world’s most popular 3D graphics benchmark announced

The latest version of world’s most popular benchmarking software for real-time 3D graphics - 3DMark  11 has been announced. It uses a native DirectX 11 engine designed to make extensive use of all the new features in DirectX 11, including tessellation, compute shaders and...

Cooler Master unveils Storm SF-19 Gaming notebook cooler pad equipped with USB 3.0 ports

Cooler Master launched a new gaming notebook cooler with 2 x 140mm adjustable turbine fan and equipped with four USB 3.0 ports . CM Storm is appropriate for large notebooks with sizes of 19-inches and beyond. It measures 490 x 354 x 74 mm, weights 1.98 kg and feature a Mammoth Cooling...

Leave a comment