MSI launches GE76 Raider Dragon Edition Tiamat (and many more) at MSIology virtual event

With everything going on in the world, there was no other way to celebrate MSI’s 35th anniversary than to offer us a virtual event this year. The brand therefore hosted an event inspired by the mysterious Babylonian mythology and Tiamat and unveiled its much-anticipated MSIology event.

Besides the size of the event, this gaming technology brand announced some great laptops and some of the things they are looking forward to this year and in the future. They also released an exclusive model of the Tiamat GE76 Raider Dragon Edition.

Adapting the devices to the latest technology, MSI has created stunning gaming devices in the GE, GS, GP and GF series with the fastest and smoothest graphics. Ultra-high performance is powered by the latest GeForce RTX 3080 graphics with the latest RTX architecture.

MSI’s upcoming gaming notebooks also feature the RT core, as well as new multiprocessor streaming to enhance the gaming experience and real-time ray tracing for better representation of artificial intelligence.

The brand also expanded its collaboration with Intel and NVIDIA on Resizable Bar technology, which affects the device’s refresh rate by 5-10%. This new series of devices is also compatible with the latest wireless connectivity with 6 to 6 Hz Wi-Fi for faster data output and enhanced virtual reality.

MSI GE76 Dragon Raider

The first mythologically inspired device, the GE76 Raider Dragon Edition, was also released.  It is equipped with GeForce RTX 3080 graphics and the latest 11th generation Intel i9 processor. It is powered by the latest generation with support for Wi-Fi 6E for seamless connectivity.

This gaming model is also equipped with MSI Cooler Boost 5, which prevents the risk of overheating to optimize performance and overall airflow to cool down the notebook in no time.

The Raider series also lets you play hardcore and triple-A games, delivering incredible performance and an impeccable experience.

MSI GS66 Stealth

The GS66 Stealth is another notable launch that users could experience at the MSIology event. It is characterized by a discreet design for business professionals. In addition to AI rendering technology, the device also features GeForce RTX 30 graphics with 4K display and 60 FPS for realistic gameplay.

This gaming machine also includes the Cooler Boost Trinity+ with a 300Hz IPS display and a 99.9Wh battery life. It also supports True Color 3.0 and enhanced surround mode.

MSI GP66 and GP76 Leopard

Another launch is the Leopard GP66 and GP76. It has an impressive and slim body for smooth use. The device is also equipped with GeForce RTX 3080 graphics cards and the latest Intel Core i7 processor to increase the overall computing power of the device.

It supports up to 8K display and all I/O ports required for transparent display output and data transfer.

MSI Stealth 15M

MSIology also witnessed the launch of the Stealth 15M, the thinnest 15-inch gaming laptop in the world. The device weighs less than 1.7 kg and is 16.15 mm thick.

It is also the first gaming notebook to feature the latest 11th generation Intel H-series processor. Generation, which is clocked at 5 GHz. The device is designed for professional players to speed up their daily tasks without interruption.

MSI GF75 & 65 ThinSeries

For users who rely on MSI’s basic options, the GF75 and 65-Thin series are the best options. It is integrated with the latest Core i7 processor with RTX 30 graphics. Users can also enjoy an amazing 144Hz IPS display with narrow bezels for better visual clarity.

Creator of MSI 15

Another launch that took place at MSIology was Creator 15, which is aimed at content creators. It comes with all the basic features, including a 4K pixel screen that provides a realistic visual experience. The device features RTX 30 graphics with a slim touchscreen for easy operation and enhanced navigation.

No further information on the launch and pricing of the aircraft has yet been announced, but it is likely that this will happen in the near future.

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