MSI Launches the Hetis H81 a Barebone PC

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MSI has announced the launch of its new-generation barebone PC system: the Hetis H81 series. This series uses the latest Intel H81 chipset, and support the 4th Generation Intel Core Processor, the high performance processor of its kind to have the graphics processing unit (GPU) and CPU integrated onto the one chip, while also building a set of visual functions into the chip that ensure higher image quality when viewing video content or photos.

Furthermore, Hetis H81 is capable to install two full-height and half-length PCI cards. MSI integrates all these features into a slim tower system with equal performance comparing with regular PC.

Meeting the needs of business users
Besides its comprehensive range of input/output interfaces, MSI's Hetis H81 also has two COM ports to support use in business environments with POS systems, such as hotel registration desks, 24-hour convenience stores, mass merchandisers and filling stations. These COM ports make it possible to link the PC up directly to a barcode reader, credit card reader or credit card terminal; the MSI Hetis H81 is thus ideal for use not only by individuals and in office environments, but also for other business purposes. Security is particularly important for PCs that will be used in a business environment. MSI's Hetis H81 provides a large number of security measures, including a PC security lock to prevent theft, and an additional chassis intrusion detection feature. The Hetis H81 can optionally also be equipped with a TPM security module to provide an even higher level of protection for personal data.

Flexible Extension Capability
Even though Hetis H81 is a small system, MSI specially designed the extension card, and make the extension PCI to be possible. Hetis H81 is capable to install two full-height and half-length PCI / PCI-E. It is the remarkable capability on a small system, and this capability provide users a more flexible to upgrade this system and making it meet the verity of usage.

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