MSI’s notebook lineup is quickly expanding with new offerings for the gaming and professional markets.
First up is the GT60, a mid-level 15.6” notebook which targets the professional market’s content creators. It boasts a 3K high color accuracy display alongside a Quadro 3100M GPU and a SteelSeries keyboard:
Next is the GT Dominator which is supposed to be a more affordable gaming notebook that doesn’t compromise on specifications. This thing can be spec’d with some seriously high end hardware like NVIDIA’s GTX 780M or GTX 770M, multiple SSDs in RAID and up to 16GB worth of memory. It will be available with 15.6” and 17.3” 1080P screens and, like many of MSI’s gaming notebooks, also includes DynAudio speakers, an aluminum finish and Killer’s new DoubleShot NIC:
MSI’s GS Stealth on the other hand is a thin, lightweight gaming notebook which still boasts some impressive specifications despite its diminutive size. In order to reduce its footprint, MSI incorporated a top-down air intake system that eliminates the need for bottom mounted intakes and reduces the internal heatsink’s size.
Last but not least is the GX Destroyer, an updated version of the AMD-centric GX 70. This means it incorporates AMD’s latest Richland APUs (it will be updated with Kaveri APUs in the near future) alongside an R9 290X mobile GPU.