During the Computex 2024 that took place earlier this week, MSI introduced several new models to its line of laptops and handheld devices, many of which feature the latest AI-driven processors from Intel and AMD.

MSI Prestige and Summit laptops

MSI’s upcoming AI-driven business and productivity laptops will be new models under the Prestige and Summit series. Laptops in both series will be available in 13-, 14-, and 15-inch variants and designed to be portable with solid battery life.

The Prestige 13 AI+, for instance, is only 990 grams and capable of lasting all day with its 75Wh battery. All models in the Prestige series will also come with a 5-megapixel webcam with better features for livestreaming and online meetings. Meanwhile, the Summit 13 AI+ Evo is a flip laptop that offers biometric security and stylus support.


Some of the models will be powered by the upcoming Intel Lunar Lake chips, while others will have an AMD Ryzen AI Strix Point under the hood. Both SoCs have NPUs that exceed the Copilot+ requirements to run AI tools locally.

MSI Stealth A16 AI+ and Creator A16 AI+

MSI has also unveiled what it claims to be the first-ever 16-inch lightweight gaming and content creator laptops. Both Stealth A16 AI+ and Creator A16 AI+ sport the new Ryzen AI Strix Point processor. While the Ryzen chip includes Radeon 800M integrated graphics, both laptops are also equipped with a discrete graphics card that can be up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070, depending on configuration. These laptops also feature magnesium-aluminum casing, active cooling, and plenty of ports.


MSI Stealth 18 Mercedes-AMG Motorsport and Stealth 16 Mercedes-AMG Motorsport

MSI and car brand Mercedes-AMG have renewed their partnership that began in 2023, launching the new Stealth 18 Mercedes-AMG Motorsport and upgrading the co-branded Stealth 16 model. Both models feature luxurious design elements such as magnesium-aluminum casing, AMG patterns, metal nameplates. They are also equipped to cater to gamers: Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070/4080 graphics, active cooling, and a stunning OLED display. Curiously, these co-branded laptops are sticking with the Core Ultra 9 (Series 1) processor, forgoing the newer Lunar Lake successor.

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