MSI's Ultra Slim Adora24 All-in-One PC Sports a Flicker-Free Display to Reduce Eye Fatigue

Paul Lilly

An all-in-one that's easy on your eyeballs

MSI's new Adora24 all-in-one (AIO) PC is supposed to be a treat for your eyes in more ways than one. To start with, it's an ultra slim system that measures just 21mm at its thinnest point. It also makes use of "staggered lines" to make it look even slimmer, MSI says. Not only that, but the flowing lines down the side are supposed to enhance the feeling of "crisp speed." Yep, MSI's marketing gurus had a field day with this one.

Beyond its slim profile and tantalizing lines, the Adora24 takes it easy on your eyes with a flicker-free display. This is supposedly the first AIO ever to implement flicker-free display technology, according to MSI.

"MSI always provides the best visual experience and introduced the anti-glare display on its touch AIO PC. The technology is supported on non-touch models as well. For offices with serious glare problems, brightly-lit retail stores or the study at home, the anti-glare feature protects users' eye against reflections off the computer monitor," MSI explains . "The Flicker-free technology integrated into the Adora24 display stabilizes the power current and prevents flickering invisible to the naked eye under normal conditions. When used for extended periods of time, it effectively reduces eyestrain while also improving productivity and quality of life."

Moving on to the nitty-gritty details, the Adora24 features a 23.6-inch LED panel (1920x1080) with 10-point touch support, Intel Core i3 3120M (2.5GHz) or Core i5 3230M (2.6GHz) processor, up to 8GB of DDR3-1333/1600 RAM, Nvidia GeForce GT 740M graphics, 1TB hard drive (5400 RPM) or SSD (optional), DVD or Blu-ray writer, 3-in-1 memory card reader, 802.11n Wi-Fi, two 4W speakers, 2MP webcam, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI input, Windows 8, and a few other tidbits.

MSI didn't say when the Adora24 will be available to purchase or for how much.

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