The internationally renowned event of the digital industry, CeBIT 2014 is packed with innovations and will start on 10th March in Hannover, Germany. More than 4,000 companies from over 70 countries will showcase their latest high-tech innovations. Among them, MSI, world leading brand in gaming technology, will proudly present a comprehensive line-up of all new gaming hardware, including notebooks, AIO PCs, motherboards, video cards, etc.
Eric Kuo, MSI Notebook vice president for global sales & marketing, points out, "As a result of the booming competitive gaming market, there has been an increasing number of heavy-load games, even up to 15.6" 3K monitors and higher resolution gaming experience, so gamers are demanding more in terms of graphics, functions, and other design features. MSI has heard their longings and responded with numerous breakthroughs and innovations. The result has been gaming hardware with the latest processors and graphics technology, coupled with the most advanced and rich array of gaming features like XSplit Gamecaster and SteelSeries Engine (SSE), to create a perfect gaming experience in 2014."
MSI Notebooks Leading the Game
MSI proudly presents the new GT70/GT60 2PE Dominator Pro and GT70/GT60 2PC Dominator gaming laptops featuring NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX880M (Dominator Pro) and GTX870M (Dominator) graphics. A new addition to the MSI gaming laptops family is the GS60 Ghost, which sports an incredible Intel core i7-4700HQ graphics, powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX860M while also featuring exclusive Super RAID technology for a fantastic storage performance. Another series from the gaming family line, MSI's GE60 and GE70 Apache both boast amazing performance and feature Intel 4th generation Quad Core processors, NVIDIA GTX 860M (Apache Pro) and GTX 850M (Apache) discrete graphics. These gaming machines will meet your needs for both the lean and the mean.
Better yet, XSplit Gamecaster will be made available in all upcoming gaming laptops. A live streaming and recording tool, XSplit Gamecaster lets you easily record your gaming moments and broadcast your live gameplay sessions to Twitch, YouTube, UStream and more. It's simple, easy to use and ideal for sharing your gameplay with friends, fans and family.
Leading Gaming Graphics
This year MSI will showcase some of the latest technologies at CeBIT including the just announced R9 290X LIGHTNING and the upcoming R9 270X GAMING ITX. Since the launch of MSI's GAMING series video cards at CeBIT last year, it has become the highest awarded video card series and tops sales charts across continents with the GTX 700 series. With the R9 270X GAMING ITX, MSI is the first to offer AMD's gaming power in a mini-ITX form factor. Along with the new R9 280X GAMING 6G and R9 280 GAMING this gives gamers more choice when deciding on their next PC upgrade. And finally, the top of the bill R9 290X LIGHTNING offers truly amazing performance and power for those who want the best of the best. Built to be perfect, the R9 290X LIGHTNING has already shown its record breaking performance and will set its name in the OC scene in the coming months.
MSI showcases slim Gaming All-in-One PCs and MSI Nightblade gaming barebone
The soon to be launched MSI AG270, AG240 GAMING AIO PCs as the successors of the AG2712A - winner of the CES Innovation Award2014 - are on display at CeBIT 2014. These AIO PCs feature the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX880M, GTX870M (AG270) and GTX860M GDDR5 (AG240) video cards. The AG270 is also powered by speakers and amplifier audio equipment by Yamaha. With a beautiful, ultra slim design and including Anti-Flicker and Less Blue Light Technology to provide gamers with the most comfortable viewing experience, the AG270 and AG240 are MSI's next step in All-in-One Gaming equipment.
Besides that, the MSI Nightblade gaming barebone is premiered on live display at CeBIT and definitely something PC gamers cannot miss this year. Not only housing the highly appraised MSI Gaming motherboard and equipped with the MSI Dragon case fan and a powerful 600W PSU, the MSI Nightblade is also MSI's first overclockable barebone PC pushing the boundaries of gaming to new limits. Despite its mini-ITX form factor, the MSI Nightblade can host an ATX-size video card and supports the usage of two SSDs, an HDD and even an optical drive bay. The solid handle on the front side helps gamers to easily carry the Nightblade from one LAN-event to the next.
The Next Step in Gaming Motherboards
At CeBIT MSI proudly introduces its 3rd generation of Intel based GAMING motherboards, with support for next generation Intel 22 nm and 14 nm processors. Focusing on the key elements that matter to gamers, MSI made some significant improvements addressing speed, sound & stability.
With the introduction of Audio Boost 2 featuring Creative Sound Blaster Cinema 2, debuting Direct Audio Power, gamers get to experience the next level in sound quality. Gamers can also push their SSDs to the limit with M.2 and SATA-Express, delivering up to 67% performance increase over conventional SATA3 solutions. Additionally, MSI puts its focus on making the GAMING look & feel even more awesome, while building further on its strong foundation with the best specs and features that gamers wish for, such as Killer Game Networking, Audio Boost and USB Audio Power.
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