MSI Malaysia unveiled a slew of new laptops today that are powered by the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs and up to 13th Gen Intel Core HX series processors. These include two of the brand’s latest content creation and productivity laptops, the MSI Creator Z series and the MSI Prestige series.
On the outside, the Creator Z series has a sleek CNC-crafted chassis, while on the inside, the latest Creator Z17 HX Studio/ Creator Z16 HX Studio comes with the top 13th gen Intel HX series processors. Moreover, both laptops have also been certified by NVIDIAStudio.
Sporting a Vapour Chamber Cooler thermal design, MSI claims that the Creator Z series is one of the most powerful creator laptops on the market. Besides that, the Creator Z series also supports the brand-new MSI Pen 2.
Thanks to the award-winning MSI Pen 2’s latest MPP2.6 Technology, with 4096 pressure level and haptic feedback, MSI said that using it feels like writing on actual paper. Furthermore, you can also use the MSI Pen 2 as a traditional pencil on paper without switching to actual pens.
As for the Prestige series, MSI announced that the new Prestige 14 Evo and Prestige 16 Evo support up to the latest Intel Core i7 H series processor. The company said that the upgraded processor provides a lightweight yet powerful experience for users.
Moreover, Prestige 16 Studio also comes with GeForce RTX 40 Series Laptop GPUs and is NVIDIA Studio validated for even better productivity and peak reliability. Meanwhile, the brand new 13-inch Prestige 13 Evo is the lightest laptop in the whole MSI series, built of magnesium aluminium alloy and weighs only 990g.
Furthermore, the Prestige 13 Evo is also equipped with a 75Whrs large-capacity battery, which MSI claims could last up to 15 hours. The series is also given a refresh with new colour options of star blue and beige rose.
As of the time of writing, MSI has yet to reveal the prices and detailed breakdown of both series’ variants. For more information, consumers can visit MSI Malaysia’s Facebook and Instagram pages. As always, do stay tuned to TechNave for the latest tech news and releases such as this.