MSI has unveiled three new concept products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that the company believes will redefine the way consumers will interact with digital information in their homes.

    MSI 3D All-in-One PC1.     3D All-in-One PC – MSI has developed the world’s first 3D All-in-One PC. Wearing comfortable wireless 3D glasses, users can have the ultimate life-like gaming experience and 3D HD movie experience from the comfort of home with the system’s stunning 24-inch display.MSI Sliding Screen All-in-One PC with LED Technology

    2.     Sliding Screen All-in-One PC with LED Technology – Conceptually inspired by the elegance of the jellyfish to expand and contract as it moves through the ocean, MSI’s new concept Sliding Screen All-in-One PC with LED Technology allows the user to slide the screen up and store the keyboard behind it when not in use, saving desktop space. In addition, the system comes with possibly the most innovative mouse in the industry today:  it’s wireless, can be used as a remote control, and can also be used as an IP-phone.MSI Projector PC

    3.     Projector PC – Combing the brilliance of a projector with the versatility of a PC, the MSI Projector PC is a full-featured PC that instead of a screen includes a built-in HD-quality projector that allows users to project on any wall in their house. Instead of being huddled around a computer, or crowding around a TV in the living room, the Projector PC effortlessly projects up to 60 inches of full HD video. The Projector PC is designed to project directly onto a wall or screen, or by using its attachable stand, it can be rotated 90 degrees to turn any ceiling into an alternative movie experience.

    As mentioned, these are just concepts.  However because MSI’s reputation precedes itself as one of the world’s largest and innovative computer and consumer electronics parts manufacturer, with the likes of Apple, HP and other giants as OEM customers, and the fact that they have billions in assets, the chances of these types of products coming to fruition in the next year are two are a pretty safe bet.  (

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