The GE, GP and GS series also get the novelties, and a version with a particularly ornate cover is also made.
MSI’s notebooks for gamers are being updated: the GE, GP and GS series will also feature NVIDIA’s new mobile GPUs, but in most cases they will be paired with 10th generation CPUs.
Starting with the introduction to the GE family, including the top model, the GE76 Raider Dragon Edition Tiamat. No, this notebook is not named after a Swedish band that used to play gothic metal, but a deity referring to the Babylonian deity, and boasts a cover with a pattern reminiscent of the MSI dragon logo (also). Inside, the novelty is the members of the GeForce RTX 30 series, the largest version is the GeForce RTX 3080 with Core i9-10980HK processor. Although this is not the 11th generation, it has no successor yet, as the 8-core, 5 GHz Tiger Lake-H model has not even been named, and its arrival is promised later. This is just to make it look like: if a Core i9-10980HK pops up on a gamer notebook, it’s not necessarily because too much has been ordered and the warehouse needs to be emptied.
Returning to the GE76 Raider, it will be a 17.3 ”machine and will be available with 4K as well as Full HD resolution panels. The former is mainly made for content production, with 100% Adobe RGB, while the latter will also have an option with 300 and 240 Hz updates, respectively. The nearly 3kg machine has a 99.9 Wh battery and a total of five USB ports (two Type-C, three Type-A), 2.5 Gbps Ethernet, MiniDP and HDMI on its sides.
Its smaller sibling is the 15.6 ”GE66 Raider, which uses 15.6” panels but has basically the same features (but is also available with the GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile). In addition to its smaller size, it is also slightly lighter: 2.38 kg. In the case of the thinned GS66 Stealth, the weight is reduced to 2.1 kg, while the parameters do not really change, for example, the battery is still 99 Wh. Let’s say we have to give up the double “subwoofer” built into the bottom.
The cheaper GP76 and GP66 Leopards are built around the Core i7-10870H processor, and here you can only choose between the GeForce RTX 3060 or 3070. The screen size changes according to the numbers, and in both cases we get Full HD resolution and 144 Hz update. Unlike its predecessors, wired Ethernet here is now more traditional, with gigabit speeds and a battery of “only” 65 Wh. We get four USB and one HDMI ports, while the weight is 2.9 or 2.4 kg depending on the display.
Of course, for each of the notebooks listed, there is also a SteelSeries keyboard with button-configurable RGB lighting.
Prices for the Dragon Edition will be decided in the coming months – the GE76 will start at $ 2200, the GE66 at $ 1500 and we can see similar prices for the GP series. For the GS66 Stealth, the starting price is $ 1,800.
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