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    MSI’s jaw-dropping ultrawide OLED monitor is cheaper than ever

    Watch the seas of the gadget marketplace for lengthy sufficient, and also you begin to get a really feel for its tides. For the previous couple of months there appears to be a selected ground for fancy OLED gaming displays. And whereas it’s actually expensive, it’s so much much less than a few of these screens are at retail. MSI…

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    MSI’s 240Hz 4K OLED monitor uses AI to turn you into a League of Legends god

    MSI might’ve left nicely alone with the MEG 321URX QD-OLED monitor (strive saying that thrice quick!). I imply, it’s spectacular as hell simply off pure specs alone: This 32-inch, 4K, 240Hz OLED monitor with DisplayHDR True Black 400 certification and 99 % protection of the DCI-P3 coloration spectrum is already higher than everybody owns besides the 0.01 % of PC…

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    CES 2024: MSI’s laptops get smarter, bigger, and more powerful

    MSI could be very aptly specializing in AI for its latest laptop computer lineup, unveiling a bunch of AI prepared laptops on the Consumer Electronic Show 2024 (CES), at the moment underway in Las Vegas. The providing consists of laptops with Intel’s hotly anticipated NPU (Neural-processing unit) stacked Intel Core Ultra Processor, which has been particularly optimized for sustained AI…

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    MSI’s Steam Deck competitor has a secret weapon: Intel

    Since Valve launched the Steam Deck in early 2022, we’ve seen a flurry of handheld gaming PC designs. Everyone from small indies depending on crowdfunding to trade giants like Asus and Lenovo have waded in. But they’ve all had one factor in frequent: reliance upon AMD’s super-efficient Ryzen APU designs. Here at CES 2024, MSI has determined to buck the…

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    MSI’s Steam Deck competitor has leaked, and it’s powered by an Intel Meteor Lake chip

    The Claw appears just like Asus’ ROG Ally, full with offset thumbsticks with what seems to be RGB lighting. Leaked benchmarks counsel MSI’s handheld will probably be powered by considered one of Intel’s newest Meteor Lake processors, a shock alternative given each Lenovo and Asus opted for AMD’s Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor as a substitute. Intel doesn’t have the strongest…

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