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MSI releases its 2020 line of workstations

MSI's latest workstations. (Source: MSI)
MSI's latest workstations. (Source: MSI)
MSI presents its new notebooks that, while being powerful enough for many enthusiasts and creators, retain decently portable dimensions. The series consists of 15.6- and 17.3-inch machines that feature up to Intel Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quadro GPUs across the board. They are available to buy now from platforms such as Newegg.

MSI's new mobile workstations are pitched at content creators and similar professions. The OEM has equipped them with a range of display specs and certifications that mean they are "recognized" by a host of relevant software firms that include Adobe, Ansys, Autodesk, Enscape, Graphisoft, Siemens, and Type3. They include a calibration for a Delta-E value of less than 2 during their fabrication, as well as a CalMan verification.

Those specs apply to the WF65 and WS66 respectively, which are the series' 15.6-inch models. They are joined by the 17.3-inch WF75 and WS75 in 2020. These machines also come with a 144Hz refresh rate, 72% of the NTSC color gamut and nearly 100% of the sRGB space in their FHD IPS panels.

These 4 PCs are powered by up to 10th-gen. Intel Core i9 processors or Xeon options, in the case of the WS66, paired with NVIDIA Quadro T-series to RTX graphics. Nevertheless, they are relatively slim, having a height of just about 23 millimeters (mm) in the WF75.

These new MSI workstations also feature USB type C 3.2 ports that also, with the exception of the WF65, feature Thunderbolt. They are available to order from now from Amazon, B&H, EXCaliberPC, Newegg, and XOTIC PC. The WF65 starts at $1,249 while the WF75 does so at $2,199, whereas the WS66 and WS75's base models are priced at $2,499 on these platforms.

The new MSI workstation line comes in the same shade of steel-gray. (Source: MSI)
The new MSI workstation line comes in the same shade of steel-gray. (Source: MSI)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-07- 3 (Update: 2020-07- 3)