gone were the days where huge, space-eating gaming rig is a must for serious gaming. thanks to the enhancement in graphics technology, now All-in-One is as capable as any full size rigs and the latest to join the graphic race with minimal footprint is MSI’s 27-inch All-in-One gaming PC, now equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900M graphic cards. powered by fourth generation Intel Core i7 processors with up to 16GB DDR3L RAM, the rigs also boast Killer E2200 Game Networking, MSI’s Super RAID technology, dual Yamaha speakers with full-range monomer and amplifier, independent subwoofer, and anti-glare matte display with anti-flicker technology. two versions are available: one equipped with GTX 980M 8GB graphic card (referred to as the AG270 2QE) and the other, GTX 970M 6GB graphic card (known as the AG270 2QC).
each version is further offered in three sub models, differing in areas like disk space and types, as well as processor and clock speed. other common denominators include a glorious 27-inch 1080p LED backlit display, DVD or Blu-ray disc writer, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0 technology, 3-in-1 card reader, 2MP 1080p webcam, VESA mount compatible, plus the usual slew of I/Os including HDMI in/out, VGA output, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, et cetera. each unit will ship with gaming keyboard and gaming mouse. as always, the specs of the different models can get a little overwhelming and so, if you are hunting for one, make sure you go through them carefully. that said, when it comes to choosing pre-configured rigs, it always comes down to the budget and if you have no budget to adhere to, then why not the range topping rig? the new MSI 27-inch AG270 All-in-One Gaming PC will be available next week starting at $1,799.99.