Today at CES MSI announced new gaming rigs, ranging from from portable notebooks to game on the go, or All-In-Ones. MSI says that the GT80 Titan SLI is the world?s first gaming laptop with an integrated mechanical gaming keyboard featuring Cherry MX Brown switches and designed by SteelSeries. It?s the first gaming laptop from MSI that come armed with dual NVIDIA GTX 980M GPUs in SLI, and allows user to easily upgrade components, including the dual NVIDIA MXM graphics cards. It can also support up to 4x M.2 SATA SSDs in RAID 0, 32GB of memory, and includes a dual-fan cooling system drawing heat from both graphics cards and processor with its 8-heat pipe design.
The GT80 Titan wil be available this month and prices start from $3,399.99.
A CES Innovations Honoree, the MSI GS30 Shadow and Gaming Dock is an powerful gaming machine at home and an ultra-portable unit on-the-go. The GS30 Shadow measures only 0.77 inches thick, weighs less than 2.65 lbs. and is the world?s 1st eGPU solution that supports desktop graphics with a PCIe 3.0?16 full bandwidth slot.
It will be available this month at a price range of $2,000.
MSI's next generation in affordable gaming laptops, the GE62 Apache features NVIDIA GTX 965M & 970M graphics, a dual exhaust system, SteelSeries gaming keyboard and more.
MSI?s GE62 Apace highlights a completely new design that improves battery life by up to 46% when compared with previous models, weighs less than 6 lbs. and measures only 1.14 inch thick. Its price will be $1,400.
The AG240 All-In-One 4K Gaming PC is the first All-in-One gaming PC with an Ultra HD 4K display. It features a variety of cutting-edge gaming components including 3x mSATA SSDs at RAID 0, Intel?s latest processor, NVIDIA GeForce 900M Series GPU, and MSI?s Anti-Flicker and Less Blue Light technology.
The AIO will be available in March for $2,000.
And last but not least the AP16 Flex, an AIO PC that easily moves between an AIO and tablet PC. Its unique rotating kickstand can be flipped back 90 degrees to prop it up or lay it flat, plus it can be attached to a wall for using it as a large display. Based on Intel?s Bay Trail J1900 Quad Core Processor and by using an LED backlight panel and fanless design, the AP16 Flex perfectly suits both commercial and household environments.
Available in January, it will retail for $500.