MSI Unveils World’s First’ 3D Multi-Touch All-in-One PC That Coverts 2D Content to 3D

Written By Sam on 16 September 2010

MSI, a California-based manufacturer of computer components and systems, has launched a 3D touch screen all-in-one PC that will hit the North American market on September 20. Named Wind Top AE2420 3D, it is claimed to be the world’s ‘first’ such all-in-one device. MSI reportedly uses “precise imaging technology to create 3D visual effects similar to how the human eye views images”.

The Wind Top AE2420 3D is powered by Intel Core i7 processors, which have multi-tasking functionality and automatically adjusting processing frequency to meet the demands of running 3D entertainment, while also doubling as a computer for everyday use. The company touts the device’s 24″ full high definition (1080p) multi-touch display, flicker-free 120Hz LED panel, and exclusive wireless 3D shutter glasses as features aimed at providing 3D video entertainment at home. The device enables creation of 3D content by converting 2D content (from home movies to DVD rentals and 3D Blu-Ray) to 3D.

MSI Wind Top AE2420 3D Features

  • A 120Hz high scanning frequency LED back-light panel.
  • A multi-touch AIO capable of running 3D games, and displaying 3D images and videos.
  • ATI Mobility Radeon HD5730 GPU for 3D graphics performance and gaming.
  • USB 3.0 technology for faster transfer rates.
  • Surround sound capabilities via two hi-fi five-watt channel speakers and a ten-watt subwoofer powered by MSI Premium Sound Technology.
  • THX TruStudio Pro technology for better tone quality, sound layering and vibrations for a theatre-like experience.

The Wind Top AE2420 3D will be launched with starting price of $1,799. It will be available online at,, and; and at retail stores in the US and Canada.

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