MSI is certainly pulling all the stops for their 2020 hardware lineup, software innovation and even on the design front. At CES, MSI showcased some very interesting colour choices for some of their highlight notebook models that would appeal to the younger, flashier generation (and those young at heart). Not all the colours options seen in this article will be offered in all countries and exact availability details will only be detailed later in the year. Seen here are dual Camo colour prints for the MSI GF65 series.
Inspired by the modern combat uniform that the US army uses for their dessert based operations, the MSI GF65 Camo edition comprised of 4 shades of brown in triangular lines with a metal mesh feel when you run your fingers over the cover.
This is yet another MSI GF65 Camo edition but inspired by the US naval services as it uses 4 shades of blue and gray in a similar triangular pattern whose lines have a metal mesh feel. As you can see, the design extends to even the inner side of the notebook, covering the whole base. Pro-army folks and gamers who are affiliated with FPS games will certainly appreciate these Camo design options.
Over on their Creator-line of notebooks targeted at content creators, they’ve pretty new shades too. Shown here is the Prestige 14 in Rose Pink colour.
Here’s another view of the Rose Pink finish.
This is a more subtle finish that will go well for a wider audience. Named Carbon Gray, we believe this finish is as good, if not better than the default white themed Prestige notebooks as dark colours generally look classy.
How about Burgundy? The larger Prestige 15 notebook offers this deep off-red variant that’s blended with hints of gold trims to exude elegance and sophistication.
For the top of the line desktop replacement class MSI GT76 Titan DT notebook, a Sports Red colour option is made available exclusively for it. Inspired by exotic sports cars, it’s a fitting match for the notebook’s massive power and speed to dominate anything you throw its way.
Nope, no Sports Red interior for the MSI GT76 Titan DT, but we’re totally happy with this arrangement.
Last but not least, let’s not forget the sci-fi inspired MSI GE66 Raider Dragon Shield Edition. This limited edition gaming notebook may not have desktop-class hardware components, but it still packs high gaming performance in a more portable 15-inch notebook form factor. Check out more details in our standalone feature story.