MSI to showcase 24-inch 3D All-In-One PC next week

By on February 24, 2010, 11:08 AM
It looks like MSI has plenty more up its sleeves besides the recent wave of notebooks. The company will reportedly showcase a "dazzling array" of new PCs at CeBIT 2010 next week, among which is what they are touting as the world's first large screen, full HD 3D all-in-one. The yet-unnamed model will have a 24-inch screen with 1080p resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, and will be paired with 3D shutter glasses.


Unfortunately that's about all the details they are sharing for now. Speculation is that it might come with a Blu-ray player to deliver the 3D content and a decent graphics card to handle some gaming, but nothing official has been announced. The Taiwanese manufacturer will also launch several other all-in-one PCs at CeBIT under the Wind Top brand, including the multi-touch capable AE2420 and AE2280, as well as the business-oriented AP1920 and AE1920 all-in-ones.




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Guest said:

This is the beginning of The New 3D Internet.

Look for a smooth change from 2d websites to 3D websites.

In 5 years all websites will be in 3D

Guest said:

Doubt it. I'm not gonna carry or wear dorky glasses with me everywhere just to get a novel 3-d effect that waers off as the eyes adapt.

Burty117 Burty117, TechSpot Chancellor, said:

Guest said:

This is the beginning of The New 3D Internet.

Look for a smooth change from 2d websites to 3D websites.

In 5 years all websites will be in 3D

If that ever happens while we have to wear glasses I will actually eat my own ear!

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