In addition to Acer and ASUS unveiling some of their new gaming lineups at CES 2018, iBUYPOWER, MSI and ORIGIN have also just announced what gamers can look forward to out of their products in the future. Detailed over on Windows Blogs, these new pieces of hardware are all powered by Windows 10.
First up is the iBUYPOWER Case Builder. This Case Builder will allow people to configure the look and structure of their computer cases upon purchase. It features a transparent LCD monitor display embedded into the PC case.
Unlike iBUYPOWER, MSI launched several new gaming products at CES last week, including the new Optix gaming monitor lineup, new gaming desktops, a motherboard, a graphics card, and the new GT75VR Titan Pro with Killer Wireless-AC 1550.
MSI announced that it is expanding its Optix gaming monitor lineup with the MPG curved gaming monitors. The new Optix MPG series will consist of two 27-inch monitors, the Optix MPG27C and Optix MPG27CQ. As noted in the post, “both models feature a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, and the MPG27CQ is equipped with a 1440p WQHD screen, while the MPG27C has a 1080p screen.”
Two new gaming desktops were introduced by MSI as well; the Trident 3 Arctic and the Infinite X. The former features an upgraded Intel 8th Generation processor and NVIDIA GTX 1080 graphics card. The Infinite X, while looking more like a traditional desktop, sports some unique features like dual steel or dual tempered glass side panels, Mystic Light RGB LEDs, MSI’s graphics cards, Intel’s 8th Generation CPU and MSI’s Silent Storm Cooling 3 Pro liquid cooling.
The company also announced the Z370 GODLIKE GAMING Motherboard, MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z Graphics Card, and the MGT75VR Titan Pro with Killer Wireless-AC 1550.
Lastly, ORIGIN announced next-generation GENESIS, MILLENNIUM, and L-Class desktops. These are all built from the ground up and feature an all-new aluminum exterior with tempered glass side panels, tool-less upgradeability, and ORIGIN PC’s patented Variable Mounting technology.
Check out the blog post for full details.