Having carved out a prominent place in the market for gaming notebooks, MSI trying to conquer those users always demanding, but for business and leisure. The new range of notebook MSI PE60 and PE70 Prestige, in fact, has a simple design, a powerful hardware platform and a high screen resolution which makes it perfect for business or for those looking for a mainstream notebook good quality / price ratio.
As you can see from the first official images, the lines disappear tense and nervous frame of a gaming notebook MSI to make way for a more clean and simple, as well as the keypad backlight provides only white LEDs more discreet and efficient. As for technical specifications, MSI PE60 and PE70 condivono much of the technical details, except for the diagonal of the display IPS respectively 15.6 and 17.3 inches with full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, weight and size. The model “smaller” (so to speak!) But also can mount a screen 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels).
MSI PE60 Prestige
One of the peculiarities of the series MSI Prestige is the technology True Color Technology, which allows users to adjust the display profile to suit your needs. There are six different modes: anti-blue (reduces harmful blue light), sRGB (most accuretezza colors), designers (word lines and more defined), office (reduces eye strain), movie (optimizes the contrast for viewing film), gaming. So graphic artists, photographers and imaging professionals will appreciate.
Under the body, we find an Intel Core i7-4720HQ (Haswell) to 3.60GHz, flanked by a GeForce GTX 960m and GTX 950M with 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory. The RAM can touch 16GB (two slots DDR3L SO-DIMM) in the high-end versions and only the latter models will be equipped with a SSD of up to 128GB (M2 size) over traditional hard disk up to 1TB (7200rpm) present in the entry-level SKU. MSI seems to have paid much attention to the cooling system with at least four heat pipes, three of which are dedicated to the graphics card and processor, which also should have a TDP of 47W. In short, an additional guarantee to use the notebook even at “full load” for hours.
As for interfaces, MSI PE60 and PE70 Prestige integrates three USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0, HDMI and mini-DisplayPort 1.4 (so you can connect two monitors), audio jack, SD card reader, Ethernet, WiFi 802,11ac and Bluetooth 4.0. MSI has also integrated its technology Dynaudio 4.1, already present on many models for gaming and compelling to mainstream laptops. The new MSI PE60 and PE70 Prestige will be available on the market from mid-May at the price of 1199 and 1299 euro