MSI recently announced their brand-new GS65 gaming laptop, powered by Intel’s 8th Generation processors, with a 144Hz thin bezel display. MSI also announced their flagship GT series gaming laptops featuring Intel’s core i9 processors.
These devices, powered by Windows 10, come with simple, built-in Mixer streaming for low-latency, interactive moments for viewers and streamers to engage with other gamers, while Xbox Play Anywhere enables you to buy a game once and play it on both your Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
The MSI GS65 Stealth Thin
The GS65 Stealth Thin features a 144 Hz display with 4.9mm thin bezel design, achieving a stunning 82% screen-to-body ratio. Packing advanced features in to the smallest dimension possible, with outstanding golden diamond-cutting design, the MSI GS65 Stealth Thin brings gaming laptops into a new, stylish gaming era. It arrives equipped with the 8th Gen. Intel Core i7 processor, GEFORCE GTX 10 series graphics and MSI Cooler Boost Trinity cooling design to provide uncompromised gameplay for all gaming perfectionists.
144Hz thin bezel gaming laptop with minimized dimension: Maximizing the vision with 4.9mm ultra-thin bezel and an 82% screen-to-body ratio, it provides a magnificent visual gaming experience. The 15.6-inch display features a 144Hz refresh rate and only 7ms response time to elevate the gaming and entertaining experience with clear and vibrant visuals.
Premium Aesthetics: Weighing a mere 1.8 kg and just 17.7mm in height, the GS65 Stealth Thin packs 8+ hours battery life into the incredibly slim chassis.
Gaming experience optimized Per-Key RGB Keyboard by SteelSeries and Dragon Center 2.0: You can customize each key and receive real-time game status through keyboard lighting. The various animated effects come in 16.8 million colors, offering not only personized gaming aesthetics but also practical benefits like lighting only the frequently used keys.
The flagship GT series gaming laptops featuring intel core i9 processors
MSI’s latest generation of its flagship GT lineup powered by Windows 10 arrive with latest 8th Gen Intel processors and up to Core i9 overclocked processors. Together with NVIDIA SLI graphics cards and rapid mechanical RGB keyboards, the new GT series pushes performance beyond the limit and offers uncompromising desktop gaming experience for the pro gamers.
MSI GT series now also uses SAMUNG DDR4-2666 ultra-speed memory module, offering even higher gaming performance. With the latest SAMSUNG M.2 NVMe PCI-E Gen.3 SSD at up to 5x faster speed of SATA SSD, the new GT series brings ultimate data access performance.
Let’s take a look at the lineup:
The GT75 Titan features Intel Core i9 processors with fully unlocked hexa-core performance. With the MSI exclusive Cooler Boost Titan cooling design, the fully unlocked 6-core 12-thread configuration releases its full potential with extreme overclock performance.
In addition to the 10Gbps Killer Ethernet, the GT75 also features an upgraded wireless connection to the latest Killer Wireless-AC 1550. With up to double the speed of the standard 802.11ac Wi-Fi, gamers can enjoy smooth and lag-free gaming experience with or without plugging into Ethernet.
The GT83 Titan is been designed to pack full desktop gaming experience in a mobile powerhouse and integrates a full Cherry MX Speed Silver switch keyboard. The new 8th gen Intel processor comes with 6 cores under the hood, along with GeForce GTX 1080 SLI graphics and exceptional cooling.
Built upon the popular GT62 series, the new GT63 has evolved in both aesthetic and performance and now features the latest 8th gen Intel processor and up to GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.
The GT63 now also features per-key RGB SteelSeries gaming keyboard. It comes with everything gamers know and love, but takes lighting to a new level by granting gamers the ability to customize every single key to their own liking. From built-in lighting presets to personalization in 16.8 million colors, every GT63 can be unique and like no other.
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Updated April 9, 2018 12:02 pm