MSI Unveils Latest RTX 40 Series Laptops in Virtual event

MSI held its virtual event “MSIology: The Leap to Singularity” on Wednesday, showcasing their latest laptop lineup. The MSI laptop lineup includes the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs and up to 13th Gen Intel Core HX series processors, and are now available for pre-order.

According to Derek Chen, MSI Notebook Worldwide Sales & Marketing Director, MSI is striving for a premium experience in their laptop lineup with innovative technology, powerful performance, and a new aesthetic design.

Stealth 16 Studio

The brand new Stealth Series features two models: the Stealth 16 Studio and the Stealth 14 Studio, both of which received the 2023 CES award. The Stealth 16 Studio has a lightweight aluminum-magnesium alloy body, while the Stealth 14 Studio has a powerful thermal design.


The Titan GT series and Raider GE series both offer extreme performance. The Titan GT77 HX is armed with a powerful i9-13980HX processor and a GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop GPU, and comes with a 4K/144Hz MiniLED display.


The Raider GE series has an aerodynamic design and a new matrix light bar. MSI also introduced the Smart TouchPad on the Raider GE78 HX, which provides convenient hot keys and customization.


For everyday gaming, MSI introduced the Cyborg 15, a new model with a futuristic glass-fibre translucent chassis design. The Creator Z17 HX Studio is the most powerful HX creator laptop in the market with a Vapor Chamber Cooler thermal design and NVIDIA RTX 40 series GPUs. The Prestige 13 Evo is a lightweight option with a long-lasting battery, and the Prestige 16 Studio is a more powerful option with GeForce RTX 40 Series Laptop GPUs.

MSI also refreshed the Modern Series with new color options and updated business and productivity laptops. The MSI Pen 2, which was awarded, uses the latest MPP2.6 Technology for faster and more convenient use.

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