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Why should aesthetic of its Aegis compact desktops a little further out. It's a lot less scary looking, though. In more pragmatic news, though, the company also showed off its new DisplayHDR 1000 17-inch Creator 17 laptop, the first we've heard of with that display.have all the conceptual fun? At , MSI is showing off its robot-head concept gaming desktop, the MEG Aegis Ti5, which takes the
The desktop concept features its Gaming Knob on the front which displays system status and would incorporate (as-yet unannounced) Intel 10th-generation Core K-series processors and built-in 5G wireless.
And while monitor companies have been stepping up announcements of Mini LED-backlights for, this is the first announcement we've heard for a laptop with one. In addition to its 1,000-nit peak brightness, the MSI Creator 17's screen hits a 100% P3 gamut coverage. That's all we know for the moment, though.
But wait -- there's more! A new model in, the GE66 Raider, will sport a -- presumably 1080p -- and a 99.9Wh battery. The maximum battery capacity that you can take on an airline is 100Wh, so MSI's slipping in just under the limit there.
And it looks like someone's taking notes from Samsung; the MSI Optix MAG342CQR uses a 1000R curved Quantum Dot panel for its latest gaming monitor. But while come in 27-, 32- and 49-inch sizes, MSI's is 34 inches.