MSI has built two new all-in-one gaming PCs using Nvidia's new mobile graphics chips.
MSI has announced two new All-in-One PCs, the AG200 and the AG240, both part of the company's gaming line of products. These units are 21.5-inch and 23.6-inch machines, and both carry very similar hardware specifications. They can be equipped with either an Intel core i5-4200H or an Intel Core i7-4700HQ. They are also both built using a single Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics card, and come with 8 GB of DDR3L memory out of the box. They also pack a single 1 TB hard drive, and have room for up to three more mSATA SSDs. Also present on both units is an 802.11a/c WiFi module that also has Bluetooth support.
Both have FullHD screens with multi-touch support, feature MSI's Anti-Flicker and "Less Blue Light" technologies, and are LED backlit. Connectivity is handled by one HDMI out port, one HDMI in port (for when you want to use the AIO as a monitor), three USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a single network port, as well as the standard set of HD audio jacks. There's also a card reader. The bigger AG240 throws in a VGA port on top of the aforementioned array of ports.
The units are currently being rolled out to shelves, with no word on U.S. pricing yet. European pricing of the AG240 is set at €1500, while the slightly smaller AG220 costs about €1150.