MSI brings human-machine interface to gaming systems


Human-machine interface – Thanks to HMI technology, the MEG Aegis Ti5 player chassis and the MEG381CQR curved player monitor can easily perform many optimizations.

MSI, which took the stage at CES 2020 consumer electronics fair; MEG Aegis unveiled the Ti5 player case and the MEG381CQR curved player monitor. This set contains a first in the sector.

What is HMI?
The human-machine interface – HMI, which we have seen before in industrial areas such as the automotive sector, finds its place in the player sector for the first time. HMI systems control the hardware and software and perform the user’s instructions instantly.

Developed by MSI, the MCU control unit can display real-time system information on the LCD front of the computer. With its special dial design, players can easily optimize system performance and maximize gaming experience.

The MEG Aegis Ti5 player case has a futuristic design. The Intel Core i9 processor offers options ranging from the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB GDDR6 graphics card. There are 3 M.2 slots, 2 2.5-inch slots and 1 3.2-inch slot, as well as 4-channel DDR4 memory up to 128GB.

The MEG381CQR player monitor offers a resolution of 3440×1440 pixels on a 38-inch IPS panel. With a 2300R curve diameter, the monitor features a refresh rate of 144Hz and an optimized response time of 1ms. Prices have not been announced yet.