The folks at Engadget have reported the presence of a certain all-in-one personal computer at MSI's booth in Hannover, Germany.
Called AG2712, it relies on an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 Ivy Bridge central processing unit.
It should be easy enough to upgrade the configuration to Haswell once Intel launches that line in June. Of course, that problem with USB 3.0 will have to be solved first.
That said, MSI's computer has a 27-inch matte LCD with a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, though no touch support.
It also uses an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670MX graphics card, plus HDMI, D-Sub and a multi-format card reader.
The THX-certified sound-bar lining the bottom part is a bonus. Sadly, the price and availability details of the MSI AG2712 all-in-one gaming PC haven't been disclosed.