MSI releases its 2020 line of workstations
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.