CES 2011: MSI Presents Their All-in-One Concept Products
By Cássio Lima on January 7, 2011 - 1:46 PM


One of the exciting things about CES is the opportunity to see prototypes and concept products. This year MSI didn’t let us down, showcasing three concept designs for all-in-one computers.

The first concept product is called “Butterfly”, a thin PC with a detachable touch-screen LCD. A keyboard, if needed, is stored at the back of the unit. A small 7” LCD completes the concept.

MSI Butterfly
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MSI Butterfly
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MSI Butterfly
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The second concept displayed by MSI was an all-in-one PC for kids, “Kid Pad”.

MSI Kid Pad
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And the third MSI concept computer is called Agellow, where the computer components, instead of being installed behind the LCD screen, are installed in the base of the display. A small 7” display completes the concept.

MSI Agellow
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MSI Agellow
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