MSI’s Projector PC concept packs NVIDIA ION and Atom inside
All-in-one PCs have been all the rage recently. But did you know that instead of a screen, a PC’s innards can be packed alongside an integrated projector as well? This is exactly what MSI is trying to accomplish with their Projector PC concept, and so far it looks like they have succeeded.
They’ve displayed a prototype at CES in Las Vegas and revealed a bit about its system specs. All in, it looks to be a nettop (with NVIDIA’s ION graphics chipset using an unidentified version of Intel’s Atom processor, 3.5mm headphone jack, HDMI out, four USB ports and a built-in DVD writer) combined with a mid-range projector that can output 1080p on a 60-inch diagonal space.
MSI plans to launch this Projector PC by the third quarter of this year, so if playing Facebook games at 1080p is your thing, watch out for it then.