The product lineup from MSI, which traditionally includes the Prestige, Stealth, and Creator Pro series, is set to be augmented with additional models. The "Studio" variant is specifically engineered to support creative endeavors, offering substantial computational capacity for complex multitasking requirements. MSI's current selection of laptops is equipped with Intel Core i9-13900H processors and RTX 4070 graphics cards. The upcoming series featuring the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H CPUs is expected to supplement this existing range. There is also potential for future releases to integrate discrete graphics processing units (GPUs).
The MSI laptop series in question includes various models such as:
- Prestige 16 AI Studio
- Prestige 16 AI Evo
- Prestige 16 AI Studio Evo
- Stealth 14 AI Studio
- Stealth 14 AI
- Stealth 16 AI Studio
- Stealth 14 AI Creator Pro
- 16 AI Studio
- Stealth Pro 16 AI
Initial listings for these models have appeared on Newegg, indicating a price bracket of $1,049 to $1,649. The entry-level Prestige 13 AI, with a 13.3-inch display, offers solid-state drive (SSD) storage configurations ranging from 512GB to 1TB. On the higher end, the Prestige 16 AI with a 16-inch screen carries a price tag of $1,649. While exact CPU specifications are not confirmed by the retailer, the availability of these notebooks is projected for the time frame of December 18th to 22nd. These models are not expected to hit the shelves on the day of Intel's event on December 14th.
The Intel Core Ultra 7 155H processor, central to these MSI laptops, is characterized by its 16 cores and 22 threads, with a base clock frequency of 3.8 GHz and a potential boost frequency up to 4.8 GHz. Memory configurations are available from 16 GB to 32 GB of RAM, while SSD storage options extend from 512 GB to 2 TB. The pricing for the United States market ranges from $1,049 for the most basic model to $1,649 for the premium variant.
Additional information about these MSI notebooks is anticipated to follow Intel's "AI Everywhere" event on December 14th. This event is likely to align with the market release of the AI-branded MSI laptops. The NewEgg product listings have been temporarily deactivated.