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CES 2020: MSI Unveil HMI-Oriented Gaming Desktops

MSI has launched two more flagship products at this year’s CES with the introduction of the MEG Aegis Ti5 gaming desktop and the MEG381CQR curved gaming monitor – both of which coming with the HMI (Human Machine Interface) design implemented.

MSI has introduced the HMI concept into its product design – popularised by the automotive industry – to give users the ability to connect to a machine, system or device via user interface or dashboard for enhanced interaction and operation.

Through the MCU (MSI Commander Unit) technology developed exclusively by MSI, Aegis Ti5 and MEG381CQR can display real-time system information on the LCD in front of the system.

With the intuitive knob design, gamers can quickly optimise the system performance and enjoy the excellent gaming experience brought by high-end systems.

MSI Aegis Ti5 is also equipped with 5G networking, allowing users to extend their freedom to game with the fast performance that only 5G offers.

The Aegis Ti5 comes with the latest Intel Core i9 processors and up to MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics under the hood, along with MSI’s exclusive Silent Storm Cooling 4 system.

Gamers can also enjoy supreme fluency and in-game screen immersion with the Optix MEG381CQR 38-inch 2300R IPS curved monitor, 21:9 screen ratio with 144Hz, and 1ms screen response time.

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