Gaming laptop giant MSI has unveiled its first laptops intended for business users. Summit laptops are powered by 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake Core processors, which take advantage of the latest company technologies such as Thunderbolt 4.
Building laptops for gamers and business people are two entirely different things, where the former values maximum performance and upgradability, while the latter wants portability, responsiveness, and a long battery life. Additionally, business and business customers require advanced security as well, so these are the things that MSI’s Summit notebooks promise.
MSI Summit PCs come in a slim aluminum chassis that combines low weight with durability. In an attempt to appeal to customers who value style, MSI will offer its Summit mobile PCs in three different colors: gray, dark gray, blue and gold, with a sandblasted finish.
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The Summit family will include four entry-level models with 14- and 15-inch displays: Summit B14, Summit E14, Summit E15 and Summit B15. Additionally, MSI will offer a Summit E13 Flip convertible laptop with a 13-inch screen.
MSI says that all of its Summit laptops are powered by Intel 11th Gen Core processors with up to four cores and Intel Xe graphics. The high-end models will also be equipped with a discrete Nvidia GeForce GTX GPU for those who need additional performance. Additionally, all Summit machines are equipped with a TPM 2.0 module and a fingerprint reader. Additionally, the Summit E series also comes with a touchscreen and Windows Hello camera for facial recognition.
MSI says its Summit laptops can last for more than 10 hours on a charge, which is something one can expect from premium business laptops.
MSI will start selling its new Summit machines this October. Specifications and pricing will be announced near the hardware launch.
In addition to introducing its new Summit laptops, MSI also unveiled revamped versions of its Prestige and Modern series laptops aimed at content creators. The new machines also run on Intel Tiger Lake processors.