Today MSI revealed a number of new all-in-one models on display in addition to their recently announced 3D-capable lineup. The new systems showed off an interest on the part of MSI toward speed and performance, not just the typical space saving issues we often hear when manufacturers discuss all-in-one desktops.
In addition to the new 3D-capable all-in-one built around a 120Hz display, MSI focused their Computex displays on the fact that the company is moving to what they term “military-grade” components for gaming enthusiasts. The computer maker claims that these internal components offer customers greater durability and greater thermal performance with the side benefit of looking cooler and tougher.
Just like with ASUS and their Eee lineup, MSI is extending the Wind brand to just about every category of product. Combine this with the focus on tough hardware and you get products like the “Wind 3D Armor”, which is their accessory headset for 3D gaming.
MSI is more known for their component work than fully-fledged desktop systems. Here, their Big Bang Fuzion Gaming Motherboard received that Best Choice of Computex Taipei Award in the Motherboards and Add-On Cards category.
Here are a few shots of some of the presentations MSI gave at their Computex 2010 booth in Taipei, Taiwan earlier today:
Stay tuned for more news here on DesktopReview, on location at Computex 2010 in Taipei, Taiwan.