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    News - MSI demonstrates 'unique' all-in-one, 3D-ready PC at CeBIT 2010

    Improves on all-in-one PCs by adding in a 120Hz screen, active-shutter glasses and Radeon HD 5730 graphics card.
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    Re: News - MSI demonstrates 'unique' all-in-one, 3D-ready PC at CeBIT 2010

    The 3D AIO packs a 3D-supporting Radeon HD 5730 graphics card
    Wait, what?

    That's a new card, and a new feature, that we'd not heard about yet, isn't it?

    Sad to hear that ATI have gone down the shutter glasses line though, I was hoping they'd take a different route...

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    Re: News - MSI demonstrates 'unique' all-in-one, 3D-ready PC at CeBIT 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    Wait, what?

    That's a new card, and a new feature, that we'd not heard about yet, isn't it?
    5730 is new, but the 3d glasses supp is not.

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    Sad to hear that ATI have gone down the shutter glasses line though, I was hoping they'd take a different route...
    yeah, the tech ati are auppourting can be used on a standard 60hz screen though so it has advantages
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    Re: News - MSI demonstrates 'unique' all-in-one, 3D-ready PC at CeBIT 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by MadduckUK View Post
    5730 is new, but the 3d glasses supp is not.
    fairy snuff. A quick google suggests that it's probably the mobile 5730 (makes sense in an all-in-one I guess) which is basically a lower clocked (and presumably volted!) 5570 / 5670. I must've missed the ATI support 3D thing - would definitely have preferred to see them going down the polarised route: not that I'm likely to invest in 3D technology for the next decade or two anyway!

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    Re: News - MSI demonstrates 'unique' all-in-one, 3D-ready PC at CeBIT 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by MadduckUK View Post
    5730 is new, but the 3d glasses supp is not.



    yeah, the tech ati are auppourting can be used on a standard 60hz screen though so it has advantages
    except 60hz shutter has been proven to be crap.

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