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MSI revamps its entire gaming and creative portfolio with Comet Lake-H and RTX 20 Super Mobile options

MSI GS66 Stealth offers a 99.9 Wh battery and a 300 Hz display. (Image Source: MSI)
MSI GS66 Stealth offers a 99.9 Wh battery and a 300 Hz display. (Image Source: MSI)
MSI announced new laptops such as the GS66 Stealth, GE66 Raider, and Creator 17 at CES 2020 and has now detailed their full specifications. MSI is also upgrading the its entire gaming and creative product lineup with the latest Intel 10th gen Comet Lake-H and NVIDIA RTX 20 Super Mobile offerings. All laptops will be available for shipping from April 15.

At CES 2020, MSI offered a look at new gaming and content creation laptops such as the GS66 Stealth, GE66 Raider, and the Creator 17. Back then, MSI did not reveal about the internals of the laptops but now, with the Intel 10th Comet Lake-H and NVIDIA RTX 20 Super Mobile series being official, we get to learn more information about MSI's new offerings. 

 

MSI GS66 Stealth

The GS66 Stealth made headlines for cramming in a 99.9 Wh battery and an FHD 300 Hz IPS-level display in a slim chassis. The GS66 Stealth is an upgrade to the GS65 Stealth and can now be configured with CPU options up to the Core i9-10980HK and GPU options up to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q. To cool these powerful components, the GS66 Stealth comes with a new Cooler Boost Trinity+ system made of 0.1mm fan blades to maximize airflow. This year's GS66 Stealth also comes with a Thunderbolt 3 port with 40 Gb/s data transfer rates and 8K display-out.

The GS66 Stealth is now available for pre-order from Newegg from US$1,599 with broad availability across other e-tailers from April 15.

MSI GE66 Raider

The GE66 Raider is an upgrade to last year's GE65 Raider and now comes in a slimmer chassis with the same large 99.9 Wh battery, 300 Hz display, and Comet Lake-H, RTX 20 Super Mobile options as the GS66 Stealth. The GE66 Raider sports a customizable RGB LED light bar across the front edge similar to the GT76 Titan but much more prominent. The GE66 Raider will also be available in a selection of limited edition skins designed by Collie Wertz.

The MSI GE66 Raider will be available online on April 15 with prices starting from US$1,799.

MSI Creator 17

The Creator 17 is aimed at content creators and uses mini LEDs for improved local dimming and better brightness. As such, it's UHD display is HDR1000-certified and offers full DCI-P3 coverage. The Creator 17 can be configured with CPU and GPU options up to the Core i7-10875H and RTX 2080 Super Max-Q, respectively. Apart from the new display backlighting and internal updates, the Creator 17 is more or less similar to the P75 Creator

The MSI Creator 17 will be available on April 15 with prices starting from US$1,799.

Apart from these new launches, MSI is upgrading the entire gaming laptop lineup including the GT76 Titan, GS75 StealthGE75 RaiderGP75 LeopardGL75 LeopardGF75 Thin, and the GF65 Thin/GF63 Thin to the new Comet Lake-H and RTX 20 Super Mobile configurations. 

Check out the main specifications of these devices below.

MSI Creator 17, GS66 Stealth, and GE66 Raider specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI Creator 17, GS66 Stealth, and GE66 Raider specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI GS75 Stealth, GE75 Raider, and GP75 Leopard specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI GS75 Stealth, GE75 Raider, and GP75 Leopard specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI GL75 Leopard, GF75 Thin, and GF65/GF63 Thin specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI GL75 Leopard, GF75 Thin, and GF65/GF63 Thin specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI Creator 15M, Creator 17M, and GT76 Titan specifications. (Source: MSI)
MSI Creator 15M, Creator 17M, and GT76 Titan specifications. (Source: MSI)

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Vaidyanathan Subramaniam, 2020-04- 3 (Update: 2020-04- 3)
Vaidyanathan Subramaniam
I am a cell and molecular biologist and computers have been an integral part of my life ever since I laid my hands on my first PC which was based on an Intel Celeron 266 MHz processor, 16 MB RAM and a modest 2 GB hard disk. Since then, I’ve seen my passion for technology evolve with the times. From traditional floppy based storage and running DOS commands for every other task, to the connected cloud and shared social experiences we take for granted today, I consider myself fortunate to have witnessed a sea change in the technology landscape. I honestly feel that the best is yet to come, when things like AI and cloud computing mature further. When I am not out finding the next big cure for cancer, I read and write about a lot of technology related stuff or go about ripping and re-assembling PCs and laptops.