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

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wumpus

How in the world to LCD's flicker? Computer LCDs don't run at 60Hz. Try at least 100kHz and probably more (mostly driven by the inductors you want to use). I suppose that LEDs flicker (you typically drive them near max and then turn them off for awhile. If the frequency is >>100Hz, you can't possibly see a flicker. Not sure what frequencies LED backlights can be driven at, but I've replaced enough fluorescent lights in LCDs I will only use LED lights in my LCDs (the one LED I've burned out was painful to look at...).

I smell snakeoil. Worse than win8 + touchscreen.

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hypersonic

I love the AIO's but the touch screen technology is a bit of a waste given I have my mouse at my beck & call.
Although I don't mind the choice of hardware (above), I wouldn't mind seeing AMD APU's used as well !

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PSYCO_J

OK, the Geforce GT 740M is a good start, but how about a GTX series video card?? Having a discreet video card is great, but *why* use such a weak one??? I just cannot understand this !!

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PCWolf

The Metro Icons are giving me Eye Fatigue

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Refuge88

Psst!!!!

"four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports,"

:)

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tom_m

Thanks :)

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Refuge88

Happy to help good sir! :)