IT Month 2017: Video gaming PC suppliers launch new products
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 6 December 2017]
Taipei’s IT Month trading program is running from December 6-11 and PC players including Asustek Computer system and Micro-Star International (MSI) have introduced the current additions to their video gaming brand series throughout the event.Asustek has released an advanced variation of its Strix Scar video gaming notebook, while MSI has actually announced its latest GT75VR video gaming notebooks including RGB backlit mechanical keyboard.At the show, IT players are also showcasing their artificial intelligence (AI)options to enable visitors to experience AI innovations.The organizer has likewise established a zone for visitors to experience face acknowledgment innovations and lots of clever automation service suppliers are likewise showing their brand-new systems and platforms for the production and healthcare sectors.Asustek’s brand-new Strix Scar note pad is geared up with Intel’s Core i7-7700HQ4 processor, Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card and 16GB
DDR4 2400MHz memory and priced at NT$ 76,900 (US$ 2,547 ). Asustek is likewise promoting its ultra-thin 14-inch ZenBook 3 Deluxe priced at NT$ 59,900 and 15.6-inch VivoBook S15 at NT$ 34,900.
The business’s 27-inch ROG Swift PG27VQ video gaming monitor with a WQHD-quality curved panel is now priced at NT$ 27,500. MSI is mainly pushing its GT75VR, GE63VR including 120Hz display screen and Limitless X gaming desktop at the show.Taipei’s IT Month 2017 is running from December 6-11. Picture: Monica Chen, Digitimes, December 2017