MSI has unveiled two new notebook computers today, except unlike what we often see with these being focused on gaming, these two are arriving to fill out the mobile workstation category. The new models include the GT70 20K and GT60 20J, both of which bring goodies to include NVIDIA Quadro graphics and an Intel Core i7-4700MQ processor.
Inside the MSI GS70 you'll find a rather surprising assortment of top-level features considering the entire notebook is less than an inch thick. That's the point, though, as MSI suggests that the GS70 is the new world's thinnest and world's lightest in gaming laptop technology, the entire package weighting in at 5.7 pounds. This device isn't afraid to be both subdued in outward appearance and brightly colored once lit up, either.
MSI is in a froth of gaming frenzy at CeBIT 2013, with a new 27-inch gaming-centric all-in-one PC taking pride of place in the updated range. The MSI AG2712 squeezes Windows 8, Intel third-gen Core i5/i7 processors, and a touchscreen into its slimline chassis, but also finds room for a discrete graphics chip. We caught up with the new model to find out whether that made it special.
MSI has officially unveiled a new budget priced Android tablet featuring a seven-inch display. The tablet is called the MSI Enjoy 71 tablet. Certainly, the best part about this tablet is the low price tipped at €130. Despite the low price, the tablet has some decent hardware features.
It's been a little while since we last heard about MSI's Slider S20 convertible. We ended up getting hands-on session with the device at Computex 2012 back in June, and it was later tipped for an October release, but that obvious has yet to happen. However, the company just announced that we should be seeing the new Ultrabook sometime in Q1 2013.
MSI first teased PC gamers with the GX60 gaming laptop back in September by officially announcing the laptop and giving a few details about the specs, but ultimately keeping most of it under wraps. That is, until now. The 15.6-inch GX60 will be out sometime later this week and will come with AMD's new A10 Trinity APU with Radeon HD 7970M graphics.
MSI's sliding/folding touchscreen ultrabook, the Slider S20 unveiled at Computex earlier this month, will carry a hefty $799-$899 price tag when it launches according to the latest rumors. The Windows 8 hybrid, fronted by an 11.6-inch touchscreen, will drop in October or November, according to DigiTimes' sources.
If ultrabooks have been the primary theme of Computex 2012, then all-in-one PCs are shortly behind, and MSI has joined the fray with the Wind Top AE2712. Fronted by a 27-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD touchscreen supporting 10-point multitouch, the AE2712 uses Intel's Ivy Bridge Core processors paired with a 1TB hard-drive.
MSI isn't leaving its rivals to have all the Windows 8 fun: the company has a couple of interesting designs of its own, including the MSI Slider S20. Echoing similar slider models from ASUS and Samsung before it, the MSI version has an 11.6-inch touchscreen that pulls down over a full QWERTY keyboard.
MSI's GT70 gaming notebooks were recently launched with Intel's latest Ivy Bridge chips and now the company has revamped the notebooks once again, upgrading the graphics card. Whereas the GT70 previously sported the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M discrete graphics card, it now features an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M for an even more advanced gaming and multimedia experience.
If you can't wait to get your hands on Intel's 3rd-generation Core processors for some gaming action, you'll definitely want to check out the MSI GT70. The 17-inch laptop is shipping now from online retailers like ExcaliburPC, complete with Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors and an NVIDIA GTX670M GPU. Pre-configured models start in the $1,500 range and go as high as $2,500 for the more well-equipped versions, depending upon the hardware included. Stock is already running low, so if you want one, get an order in fast!