It’s an exciting time to be a gamer again, as the 8th Generation Intel processors for laptops are now official, and MSI is one of the first companies to jump on the bandwagon by introducing two new powerful gaming laptops – the GS65 Stealth Thin and GT75 with i9 Hexacore Processor, while also refreshing the popular GE Raider RGB Edition launched earlier this year.
The GS65 Stealth Thin is the slimmest gaming laptop feature a 144Hz 7ms IPS display, with an ultra thin 4.9mm bezel, the 15-inch display offers a 82% screen-to-body ratio with a proper webcam located at the top bezel, the laptop also measures 17.7mm thin and weighs 1.8kg. Performance wise, the GS65 Stealth comes with an Intel Core i7-8700H processor and GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q GPU, it will support up to 32GB DDR4-RAM running at 2666MHz, MSI claims that the laptop can also last up to 8 hours on a single charge due to it’s 82Whr battery, one of the largest batteries available for a laptop of this size.
The GS65 Stealth is also a rather stylish gaming laptop too, as MSI has introduced a new golden accent and trim on the laptop’s chassis, while gamers can also customize the Per key RGB keyboard, and take advantage of an exclusive gaming mode in the new Dragon Center Version 2.0. On top of that, MSI is also upgrading the entire Stealth Pro line up with Intel Coffee Lake processors.
For gamers looking for extreme performance on the go, the flagship GT75 can now be opted with an overclockable Intel Core i9-8950HK hexa-core processor, available in graphics configurations of GTX 1070, GTX 1070 SLI and GTX 1080, the GT75 comes with a low profile mechanical keyboard with Per key RGB lighting, combined with MSI’s Cooler Boost Titan cooling system, the GT75 can run at cooler temperatures and offer the best gaming performance.
Lastly, the popular GE Raider RGB edition is refreshed with the Intel Core i7-8700H processor, while graphics configuration remains unchanged with either a GTX 1060 or GTX 1070 GPU. MSI has yet to announce the price and availability of these new gaming laptops, but we should probably see them when we make our visit to COMPUTEX this year.