MSI Updates Entire Laptop Line-up With Intel 9th Gen CPUs and GTX 16 Series Graphics

To enhance gaming experience through innovative technology, MSI, a world leader in gaming hardware has unveiled an industry-leading selection of gaming products. Geared up with the newest 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ processors, the gaming line-up has been fully upgraded. Furthermore, the much anticipated NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 16 Series is also available, that offers gamers a wide range of gaming power.

The laptops are already available in India from April 23rd, 2019 at MSI’s exclusive stores across New Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata & Pune. The product line will also be available on leading e-commerce websites – Flipkart & Amazon. The price of the series starts from INR 77,990 and goes upto INR 399,990. (All the prices mentioned are Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price – MSRP) 

Speaking on the announcement, Green, Chang-Ching Lin, Regional Marketing Manager said, “We are excited to announce that MSI is the first brand to debut the 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ i9 Processors in the gaming series. Furthermore, the GTX 16 series graphics cards will provide a more affordable graphics solution for gamers while still attaining a high levels of performance. With these new additions to our product portfolio, we not only aim at offering gamers the best experience but also want to make gaming more inclusive. India is a key focus market for MSI and we will continue to bring in our latest line of products in the country in line with the global launches.”

Optimized Gaming Experience with 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ Processor and NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 16 Series


Speed always matters with gaming. Powered by the lastest 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ i9 processors, the new models increase performance by 45% over the pervious one, which are able to get the most out of the system. The powerful 8-core processor is also significant for multitasking and intensive work, like video editing or audio composition. In addition to the incredible processor, the new line-up is also equipped with the up-to-date NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 16 series graphics, offering up to 50% performance boost. Now, gamers can fully enjoy smooth gameplay and amazing image quality.

Getting Started with Fully Upgraded Gaming Line-up: GT, GS, GE, GP, GL, GF
Geared up with the latest processors and graghics, MSI brings red-hot gaming line-up for gamers.

The GT Titan, the luxury gaming lineup, is famous for its incomparable performance with high-end features. Armed with the rocking 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ i9 overclockable processor and the most powerful graphics, this uncaged monster breaks through the limitation, and presents the premier performance to hardcore gamers. To optimize the ultimate power, the GT series applies exclusive Cooler Boost Titian, dual fans and 11 pipes,which is able to reduce operating temperature. With stunning 4K UHD display, the GT Titian delivers immersive lifelike gaming scenario. Anyone who wants no-holds barred performance, then these gaming flagships should be on the list.

The GS Stealth features every conceivable NVIDIA’s graphics options from the highest GeForce RTX™ 2080 with Max-Q design all the way to the humble GTX 16 series, perfect for gamers with different needs. The next-generation CPU is packed into the premium compact chassis; the GS series not only provides monstrously powerful performance, but it is also incredibly portable and stylish. Designed with gaming immersion in mind, the latest GS65 also partnered with a 240Hz display to maximize gaming frame rates and offers flowing movements.

Tailored for enthusiast, the GE series is known for its impressive aesthetic design. This gamer flair is backed up with 17.3 and 15.6-inch 144 Hz displays, 9th Gen Intel Core i7 processors and powerful NVIDIA graphics. In addition, the GE75 is MSI very first model with Wi-Fi 6 capability, giving gamers the advantage of the fastest wireless network speed available. In both appearance and performance, the GE series delivers the best experience that any gaming enthusiast can desire.

Looking for accessible laptop with high-end gaming features? Then, GP series won’t let gamers down. The brand new design, cosmological warship style and misty grey color scheme, easily catches attention. Moreover, the GP75 Leopard sports a per-key RGB keyboard by SteelSeries. Boasting the up-to-date processor and graphics, the GP75 Leopard offers great performance with stunning features that are beyond the expectation.

The GL series makes gaming more accessible than gamers ever thought it could be. Both of which offers wide range of performance from RTX series to GTX 16 series, which is typically a good option for mainstream gamers. The specs deliver more than enough to handle most AAA games to date. To fulfill the RGB fantasy, it’s now also available in per-key RGB keyboard options.

Awarded the IF Design 2019, the GF Thin shows its unique aluminum alloy with hair-brushed texture. To push the mobility to the utmost, the recent GF Thin is made even more compact and lightweight than its predecessor. In addition, the new GF75 and GF63 also presents the powerful performance from the latest processor and graphics. The GF series is made perfectly for gamers who prefer simple aesthetics with great performance.

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Razer Reveals New Blade Laptops With Intel 9th Gen Processors

Razer has launched the 2019 editions of its Blade series of gaming laptops, updating them with Intel’s 9th gen laptop processors. There are three models, the Blade 15 Basic, the Blade 15 Advanced and the Blade 17 Pro.

The Razer Blade 15 Advanced comes with up to an Intel Core i7-9750H, an RTX 2070, 16 GB DDR4 RAM and a 240 Hz Full HD display. It also features Razer’s Chroma RGB lighting and weighs about 4.73 pounds. If that doesn’t suit you, and you have more cash to spend, you can go for the other Razer Blade 15 Advanced variant that includes an RTX 2080 MaxQ, and a 4K 60Hz OLED touchscreen display. It has a brightness of 400 nits and covers 100 percent of the advanced DCI-P3 colour gamut, and also has HDR. The Blade 15 Advanced starts at a price point of $2399.

The Razer Blade 15 Basic, on the other hand, has a Core i7 processor, but is limited up to an RTX 2060. It has a 144 Hz Full HD display and weighs about 4.63 pounds. Both the Basic and the Advanced models of the Razer Blade 15 lack the option for an SD card reader. The Basic Razer Blade 15 starts at $1999.

With a bigger screen size of 17.3 inches, the Razer Blade Pro is powered by an Intel Core i7-9750H. The GPU options let you choose between an RTX 2060, RTX 2070 MaxQ and RTX 2080 MaxQ. Interestingly, the 15-inch Blade has an option between a 240 Hz 1080p panel and a 4K 60Hz display but the 17-inch Pro is limited to a 144Hz Full HD 1080p display. Apart from that, the Blade Pro includes 16GB 2667 MHz DDR4 RAM and weighs about 6.06 pounds (around 2.75 kg). The Blade Pro starts at about $2499 for the RTX 2060 model. The laptops are currently available in the US and Canada and will come to other countries next month.

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ASUS Updates Strix and Zephyrus Line-Up With Intel 9th Gen Processors

ASUS is bringing its Strix and Zephyrus range of laptops to Intel’s latest 9th gen laptops. But if you think that’s all you’re getting in the refresh, you’re wrong. The displays are getting an update as well, with a whopping 240 Hz refresh rate.

The Zephyrus S GX502 comes with up to a Core i7-9750H, 32 GB DDR4 RAM, 1 TB SSD and an RTX 2070. On the other hand, the Zephyrus M GU502 has an i7-9750H and 32 GB RAM, but up to an RTX 2060. There’s a third, more affordable version as well, the Zephyrus G GA502, which includes a Ryzen 7 3750H, a GTX 1660 Ti, 32GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.

These laptops are incredibly slim with a thickness of just 0.7 inches. They’re impressively light as well, weighing just under 5 pounds. The design is mostly similar to what we’ve seen in the previous Zephyrus entries, with a brushed aluminium finish. What’s different, however, is that the keyboard is now more conventional instead of the forward facing version. The display’s a delight to boot as well, with options going up to 240 Hz for the GX502 and the GU 502, while the GA502 caps at 120 Hz.

Additionally, the Strix line-up is getting the 9th gen revamp too. The Scar III and the Hero III models both have options for Core i7 and i9 processors. The laptops can have either GTX 16 series for GPU or opt to go for the higher end RTX models. As with the Zephyrus, you can choose to go for a 240 Hz display if you wish, or settle for a 144 Hz panel.

They have a new feature called the ‘keystone’, which is a removable NFC module that lets users transfer their gaming profiles to other devices. It’s actual usefulness, however, still needs to be determined. There’s a less expensive, Strix G model which takes off the keystone for a lower price, but still has a 9th gen i7 and a GTX 1660 Ti. These laptops should be available in India in July.

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