The AE2212 and the AE2212G both feature a 1920 x 1080 LED backlit anti-glare panel, over which an optional touch screen film can be placed. The optional touchscreen would be 10-point multitouch.
MSI's new AE2212G/AE2212 comes standard with Windows 8, which in combination with the touchscreen, could provide a good computing experience. While most displays have corners that are inaccessible for fingers, MSI's new 22" All-in-One PC is frameless. Thus users can slide their fingers right over the corners, making the system a lot more accessible.
Both the AE2212G and AE2212 ship with Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs, have a couple of USB 3.0 ports, and come with a mouse and keyboard. They also come with a built-in 1 TB 3.5" drive and 802.11b/g/n wireless. They weigh just over 10 KG (about 22.74 lbs) and both support the 75 x 75 mm VESA standard as an option. Lastly, the unit also has an HDMI in port, allowing users to utilize the computer as just a display as well.
The AE2212 will use the CPU's integrated graphics, while the AE2212G will carry an Nvidia GT630M 2 GB graphics card.
Availability will start in Europe by the end of March, with no word on U.S. availability at the time of writing.