MSI’s 2021 gaming laptops receives Nvidia’s RTX 3000 series mobile graphics cards and Wi-Fi 6E support

MSI has presented its mid 2021 arrangement of convenient gaming workstations during CES on Wednesday. The huge news is that all the new deliveries have been equipped with Nvidia’s spic and span GeForce RTX 3000 arrangement illustrations cards. Notwithstanding improved edge rates and beam following, these chips will convey Nvidia’s most recent features, including its resizable BAR technology. They’re additionally getting support for Wi-Fi 6E.

Featuring the slight and-light setup is the new GS66 Stealth. A year ago’s GS66 Stealth, fueled by Nvidia’s RTX 2000 illustrations, was a skilled 15.6-inch rig, yet it couldn’t exactly deliver the edge rates to rival Razer’s Blade 15.

Apparently, MSI desires to continue to acquire on Razer with these new chip overhauls (particularly since the Blade 15 Advanced is likewise getting the RTX 3000 arrangement). The organization guarantees the new GS66 will have the option to run games at playable casing rates in 4K, which is surprising to find in an advanced PC. Models accompany a RTX 3060 through a RTX 3080 Max-Q. You can combine those with a tenth Gen Intel Core i7, and a 15.6-inch FHD 240Hz or 300Hz FHD screen. You can preorder the GS66 Stealth currently to transport on February second — models start at $1,799.

MSI’s midrange GP Leopard line likewise has new inductees: the 15.6-inch GP66 and 17.3-inch GP76. These can both accompany a GeForce RTX 3070; the GP66 has RTX 3080 arrangements also. As far as processor, all models have a Core i7-10875H aside from the base GP66, which can accompany a Core i7-10750H.

MSI has made the Leopards more slender (the GP66 is 0.92 inches thick, and the GP76 is 1.08 inches thick) and says they’re anything but difficult to open with one hand. Ports have likewise been revamped: there are currently some on the back, just as groups on the left and right side. You get seven altogether, including a HDMI 2.0 and a USB-C with DP1.4.

The GP Leopard is accessible to preorder now, with a delivery date of February fifth. The GP66 begins at $1,799, and the GP76 begins at $2,299.

In case you’re searching for something significantly more slender, you may incline toward the Stealth 15M, which MSI claims is the world’s most slender 15-inch gaming PC at 0.63 inches thick. That appears reasonable for me — Someone can’t think about a more slender 15-inch rig — yet in the event that you incorporate multipurpose gadgets that can in any case run games like the Dell XPS 15 2-in-1, you draw near.

In any case, it’s a ton more slender than most 15-inch gaming PCs you’ll see, and at 3.75 pounds it’s comparable to compact 14-inchers like the ROG Zephyrus G14 weight-wise.

The big news with this is that the 15M will be one of the main gaming PCs fueled by Intel’s eleventh Gen H-Series portable processors. Obviously, that implies you’ll need to stand by a touch to get one of these. You can preorder the Stealth 15M presently beginning at $1,399, yet it won’t deliver until March eighth.

At last, there are new GF75 and GF65 Thin models for gamers searching for more moderate gadgets. GF65 models start at just $999 and GF75 models start at $1,299 — they all accompany a RTX 3060 or a RTX 3060 Max-Q just as a 144Hz screen. Not terrible at that cost. You can preorder them presently to ship on February second.

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