MSI is hosting a virtual event on September 3, focusing on a new line of computers in a segment the company hasn't previously covered.
The company has said nothing else about what it is revealing, though the invite includes a new MSI logo that's unlike the typical dragon shield we've seen on both gaming and creator-focused products from MSI.
MSI's online event takes place the day after Intel's Tiger Lake launch event on September 2, so the timing makes it possible that MSI will be launching laptops with Intel's 11th Gen mobile processors.
We'll be there on September 3 at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET to bring you the news.
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Could also be Ampere. AIB cards are rumored to be ready alongside the FE cards.Reply
No matter what it is, I promise not to say anything bad about it so long as the check is in the mail, MSI.
Looking forward to this IIISI announcement.Reply
I wonder... if MSI is trying to shift away from a gamery spin and become something more like XPSs. I mean, if they did that, gamers/creators would still buy as long as the machines are specc'ed properly because they already know of MSI, but it would also draw a mainstream crowd in.Reply
Do you mean MSI or /s? Just wondering, cause I mentally saw the IIISI as a new MSI logo.jakjawagon said:Looking forward to this IIISI announcement.