MSI unveils new all-in-one Windows 8 Game PC

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We’ve already seen many all-in-one Windows 8 PCs with touch since the launch of Microsoft’s new operating system and many more models are coming shortly this year. But, most of these new devices are focus only on everyday and business users, and not on the PC gamer. This is where MSI comes to the table.

MSI AG2712 was shown this week at the CeBIT trade show in Germany, and it is a 27-inch Windows 8 touchscreen PC with the option of an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, but instead of discrete GPU, this PC is more than likely to include a NVIDIA GeForce (GTX 670 MX) graphics processor.

The folks at SlashGear got the chance to play with system and they have many more images and details on their hands-on review.

One thing worth noting from the new MSI PC model, is that the touchscreen is optional, not standard. This means that if you don’t need touch experience, you could be saving anything from $50 to $200 from the final price.

This PC gamer machine also included 6 USB ports (4 USB 3.0 and 2 ports version 2.0), a memory card reader, and on the right side features a tray loading disc drive.

Two HDMI ports are also bundled with the MSI AG2712 and they can be used to connect a secondary monitor and to connect your game console or another PC. Pricing and availability are yet to be announced.

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