When it comes to gaming it is really difficult not to name MSI. The Taiwanese company has long been engaged in this particular field always giving many joys to the hard-core gamer. Today comes the news via press release of the new and updated all in one 24 Gaming.
The product is, as anticipates the same category of membership, a hardware solution enclosed within a case that serves as both a housing for the internal components that work machine proper. Gaming 24 features the classic red access typical home taiwaiana, running inside the new generation of Intel Skylake. The H series of these processors is famous for its extreme attention to energy consumption without undermining the overall gaming experience.
Then include configurations with processors i5-6300HQ or 6700HQ based on Intel HM170. The 24-inch monitor is available as LED panel Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels, or 4K resolution from 3840 x 2160 pixels with touch function optional. The graphics department so dear to gamers consists of an Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M or a 960m CON4 GB of GDDR5 RAM. Speaking of RAM, the Gaming 24 supports two memory banks format DDR4 SO-DIMM up to a maximum of 32 GB.
Storage is committed to traditional solutions with 2.5-inch hard disk or SSD higher performance with PCI-E format M.2. Connectivity MSI has gone further by incorporating an Intel 3165 Wireless-AC who befriends a Bluetooth 4.2 and an Ethernet interface Killer E2400 – in short, the maximum to ensure high responsiveness. Closes all this good things a sub I / O to scream: five USB 3.1 Gen.1, audio RJ53 connector, headphone input, microphone input, and an HDMI port (two in the model with screen 4K).
All these different configurations mountain Windows 10 and imply different costs that should be in line with the previous generation and more expensive for the model with screen 4K. We are waiting to know the date of marketing.