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MSI demonstrates 'unique' all-in-one, 3D-ready PC at CeBIT 2010

by Tarinder Sandhu on 3 March 2010, 22:25

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Technology convergence is a term that's bandied about by major players in the hardware industry. MSI exemplifies the term with its 3D AIO PC - an all-one computer with a '3D-capable' screen.

On show at CeBIT 2010 and due to be released later on this year, the system packs in a 23.4in full-HD screen with multi-touch capability. Manufactured by Chi Mei and running at 120Hz - enabling 60Hz processing for each eye - MSI's using it to provide the basis for 3D imagery.

The 3D AIO packs a '3D-supporting' Radeon HD 5730 graphics card (via Catalyst 10.3 drivers) augmented by active-shutter glasses, an Intel Core i3 chip, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard-drive, Blu-ray drive, TV tuner, and Windows 7 Premium operating system.

No word on pricing but here's MSI's Richard Stewart who's raring to give you a video run-through of the machine.

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The 3D AIO packs a 3D-supporting Radeon HD 5730 graphics card
Wait, what?

That's a new card, and a new feature, that we'd not heard about yet, isn't it?

Sad to hear that ATI have gone down the shutter glasses line though, I was hoping they'd take a different route…
scaryjim
Wait, what?

That's a new card, and a new feature, that we'd not heard about yet, isn't it?

5730 is new, but the 3d glasses supp is not.

scaryjim
Sad to hear that ATI have gone down the shutter glasses line though, I was hoping they'd take a different route…

yeah, the tech ati are auppourting can be used on a standard 60hz screen though so it has advantages
MadduckUK
5730 is new, but the 3d glasses supp is not.

fairy snuff. A quick google suggests that it's probably the mobile 5730 (makes sense in an all-in-one I guess) which is basically a lower clocked (and presumably volted!) 5570 / 5670. I must've missed the ATI support 3D thing - would definitely have preferred to see them going down the polarised route: not that I'm likely to invest in 3D technology for the next decade or two anyway!
MadduckUK
5730 is new, but the 3d glasses supp is not.



yeah, the tech ati are auppourting can be used on a standard 60hz screen though so it has advantages

except 60hz shutter has been proven to be crap.