MSI’s new thin bezel laptops announced at COMPUTEX 2018

By Arnab Mukherjee | Published on 06-Jun-2018

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MSI, the international gaming hardware manufacturer has revealed two new laptops at Computex 2018, the GF63 and the PS42. Aimed respectively at gamers and professionals, both models feature a thin bezel design and are lighter and smaller. 
GF63: For the gamer
The GF63 is a 15.6” laptop with less than 2kg in weight. It is powered by an 8th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processor and NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti and claims a battery life of more than 7 hours. In terms of looks, the laptop features a brushed aluminium cover with an asymmetric dual-pattern underneath. The new MSI Dragon Center 2.0 also claims to optimise the gaming experience.

PS42: For the professional
The PS42 is aimed at consumers seeking a more professional alternative to MSI’s gaming offerings. Part of the “Prestige” series, the PS42 is 15.9mm in height and weighs 1.19kg, while claiming a battery life of more than 10 hours. It also features a thin bezel design. Aimed at consumers looking for a device with professional features, it comes with a number of features like a fingerprint sensor for security, NVIDIA® GeForce® discrete graphics, and up to 8th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processor.

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MSI gaming laptops will also be featuring the Killer Wireless xTend Technology
Beyond PC gaming
Alongside the announcements pertaining to PC gaming and devices, MSI also announced their upcoming software - the MSI APP Player. In partnership with BlueStacks, the app is targeted at letting players bring mobile games onto gaming laptops. This is in trend with a lot of players choosing to experience mobile games like PUBG on emulators that can provide a better experience than the restrained performance that a smartphone can offer.

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