MSI Reveals Updated AG2712A Gaming AIO Desktop PC

/ 6 years ago


MSI has just announced an updated version of its AG2712A Gaming All In One PC. The new revision, denoted by the A at the end of the AG2712 is updated to feature Haswell and the GTX 700 series. The new revision of the existing AIO uses a 27 inch 1080p display with 10 point touch. MSI_AG2712A_2

In terms of the internals the device is expected to boast a selection of Haswell Mobile Core series processors, probably all quad cores, and an Nvidia GTX 700M discrete class GPU. There will be an option for up to 16GB of RAM, SSD boot storage, optional mechanical secondary storage, a variety of optical drive options and gaming peripherals probably made by SteelSeries.

The current generation MSI AG2712 starts from around £1375 and goes all the way up to about £1900 depending on your choice of components. The new MSI AG2712A will probably retail for a similar price as older models are favoured out in favour of more current hardware.

More details on the MSI desktop AIO can be seen at the product page.

Images courtesy of MSI, Information via TechPowerUp

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4 Responses to “MSI Reveals Updated AG2712A Gaming AIO Desktop PC”
  1. Wayne says:

    I wonder how many of these things they actually sell? I don’t know of any self respecting PC gamer who don’t build their own rigs.
    I’ve built quite a few ‘entry level’ gaming PC’s for other people in the past but that was until the bug bit and they learned how to build it themselves.

    • Considering it is mobile hardware stuck to the back a 27 inch probably LG touchscreen monitor I think the pricing is extortionate and can’t see why anyone would buy it, I doubt they sell many at all. That said they sell enough to put it into production, if it was a bad seller they would of EOL’d it and not made a new revision.

  2. Wayne says:

    True. Or maybe they have a couple of Al Capone type henchmen in their marketing department. 🙂

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