MSI has been steadily releasing one gaming product after another, and its latest range of gaming products unveiled at CES 2016 are rather…interesting. These include a laptop with eye tracking capability and a very uniquely designed AIO for gaming.
First, let’s start with the most “normal” product of the lot: the MSI GT72S Tobii gaming laptop. While it doesn’t look particularly different from other notebooks, it is actually the first laptop to ship with Tobii’s eye tracking hardware, which can be used as another form of input in games that support the feature. As a matter of fact, we tried it out for a bit back in Computex 2015, and we were pretty impressed.
Finally, we have the oddest product of the bunch, which is an all-in-one MSI dubs Gaming 27XT. As its name suggests, it is a 27-inch AIO that can be configured with a 1080p, 2K or even 4K panel. Of course, the standout feature of the 27XT is the peculiar housing on the rear of the AIO, which can accommodate a full-sized graphics card such as the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan and 980 Ti. Other specifications of this AIO include an Intel Core i7-5960X processor and support for up to two M.2 PCIe SSDs.
According to MSI, the GT72S Tobii will be available later this month, although there’s no word on its specification and price yet. As for the Gaming 27XT AIO, it has yet to receive a launch date and a price tag. Other than these two machines, MSI also unveiled the Vortex, which is a bucket-shaped compact PC packing some serious hardware.