MSI Unveils New Gaming 27 All-in-One PC with Intel Skylake, NVIDIA Maxwell and DDR4 memory
MSI just announced a new Gaming 27 All-in-One PC for their already pretty popular lineup. The MSI Gaming 27 looks to be a capable and powerful gaming machine that should allow players to experience full HD gaming at ultra-resolution without having to worry about system specifications or adding/removing various parts to tailor the system for HD gaming.
The system is equipped with large 27” HD screen, designed with gaming in mind which is why it offers fast response time as well as anti-glare protection for gaming in all sorts of lighting scenarios. The display also has a Projected Capacitive Touch screen, although it is only limited to the Gaming 27T model.
The display also comes with MSI Anti-flicker, which prevents screen flickering and blue light emission through a smartly stabilized power current, thereby reducing eyestrain and fatigue.
The MSI Gaming 27 is powered by an Intel Core i7 6700 processor and a GeForce GTX 980M with 8GB GDDR5 VRAM along with DDR4 system memory that can be increased upto 64GB making it an amazing powerhouse. These specifications coupled with the SSD option for storage ensure that even the most demanding games of today will perform great at ultra-settings in 1080p.
The Gaming 27 offers both Killer E2400 Ethernet and Killer Wireless-AC 1535 connectivity. Killer DoubleShot Pro technology combines both interfaces for the perfect high-speed gaming connection without having to worry about latency issues.
There is no price or release date specified for the model yet but considering that it’s an upgrade over MSI’s current 27 inch model, AG270 2QE, it should be somewhere around $3,000 or above.