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MSI unveils award-winning Summit Series laptops

By Christian Imperio Published Apr 08, 2021 11:30 am

MSI recently launched its award-winning Summit E13 Flip Evo and Summit E16 Flip convertible laptops.

First unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show 2021, the tech giant's latest products are tailor-made for business professionals who are on the lookout for versatile workstations.

First up is the Summit E13 Flip Evo, a 13-inch laptop powered by Intel's 11th Gen Intel i7-118567 processor. It features a 16:10 display, ergonomic 360-degree hinge, and a special Ink-Black or Pure-White case with shining streamline edges.

MSI's E13 Flip Evo comes with the latest Wi-Fi 6E technology for faster network access and offers up to 20 hours of battery life. It's also equipped with various productivity boosters like the Thunderbolt 4 for quick charging and a webcam that features MSI's AI Noise Cancellation and Noise Reduction CAM.


Meanwhile, the Summit E16 Flip, which MSI touts as the "thinnest convertible laptop" in the 16-inch 2-in-1 laptop market, sports a stunning black exterior with streamlined diamond-cut edges.

Outfitted with all of the best features of the Summit E13 Flip Evo, the Summit E16 Flip is also equipped with the latest NVIDIA graphics for heavy computing works and an exclusive Dynamic Cooler Boost thermal design, which allows the system to produce 35dB of sound even when the CPU is under full load.

Aside from the Summit Series, the PC giant also launched the MSI Pen and the MSI USB-C Docking Station Gen 2.

MSI's award-winning stylus provides 4096-level pressure sensitivity and comes equipped with MPP2.0 technology, which provides a more stable connection. The stylus can also serve as a presentation remote and can be customized through its Pen Control feature. The MSI USB-C Docking Station Gen 2, meanwhile, can connect up to three displays and five extra USB ports. It has a 100W power output and capable of transmitting videos in 4K.