According to MSI, the MSI Gaming 24 All-in-One PC will now be available with the Core i5-6300HQ CPU and a bit more powerful Core i7-6700HQ, both based on Skylake CPU architecture. The Core i5-6300HQ is Intel's quad-core mobile CPU based on Skylake architecture, packs 6MB of L3 cache, lacks Hyper-Threading support and works at 2.3GHz base and 3.2GHz maximum Turbo clocks.
The Core i7-6700HQ is also a quad-core Intel mobile CPU based on Skylake architecture, packs same 6MB of L3 cache, but has support for Hyper-Threading as well as works at 2.6GHz base and 3.5GHz maximum Turbo clock.
In addition to the two new Skylake-H CPUs, MSI updated the graphics side of the Gaming 24 AiO, adding GTX 950M and the GTX 960M as options, both coming with 4GB of video memory.
While it did add new Skylake CPUs and new GPUs, the rest of the specifications are pretty much the same include a 24-inch 1920x1080 or 3840x2160 4K/UHD screen with optional touch, up to 32GB of RAM in two SO-DIMM slots, one 3.5-inch, one 2.5-inch or two M.2 PCIe SSDs, Intel Wireless-AC 316+ and Bluetooth 4.2 and Killer E2400 Gigabit Ethernet and a couple of USB 3.1 ports.
Unfortunately, MSI did not announce any details regarding the price since there will be plenty of SKUs to choose from, but earlier versions ranged from around €1,500 all the way up to €1,800, so we expect these to be similarly priced.