The MSI Pro 24X AiO boasts a super-thin design with narrow bezels
MSI wants to bring style to the seemingly stale world of business PCs with its latest AiO. The 23.6-inch Pro 24X has bezels just 2.2 mm narrow and a thickness of only 6.5 mm along the top. Internally, however, it's a bit disappointing to see no discrete GPUs or 8th gen Intel CPUs. The MSI AiO launches in July for 550 Euros.
Primarily known as a brand for gamers, MSI has been slowly but surely expanding its portfolio to include business offerings as well. Its lesser-known Prestige series of laptops targets workstation users with hardware and software derived from the popular G Series of gaming laptops.
The latest business-oriented product from the Taiwanese manufacturer is its Pro 24X All-in-One (AiO) PC. To distinguish itself from competing AiOs like the HP Envy AiO or the Lenovo IdeaCentre/ThinkCentre series, the Pro 24X has been designed to look sleeker and more attractive with its very narrow 2.2 mm bezels and 6.5 mm display thickness at its thinnest. The frame-less appearance mimics that of the recent GS65 and even the Dell InfinityEdge products.
Internally, the AiO will be limited to the Core i5-7200U, i3-7100U, or Pentium 4415U with disappointingly no discrete GPU options. The HDD can be easily swapped from the back if needed and Intel Optane is optional.
The Pro 24X will be on display at Computex 2018 in Taipei and it's expected to launch in July for 550 Euros. Check out the official product page below for more details on its specifications and features.
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