The Taiwanese gaming laptop maker, MSI, is working on the gaming laptop ‘Creator 17’ and, on Tuesday, announced it to be launched in CES 2020. The CES 2020 is set to kick start on January 7 and end on January 10 in Las Vegas, USA. The ‘Creator 17’ is claimed by the company to be the world’s first gaming laptop to feature mini-LED display. The laptop reportedly boasts of HDR1000 certification, and 100 percent DCI-P3.
It also states in it’s statement that the game freaks will get a top-notch color accuracy and advanced visual experience. It also claims to offer brightest whites and deepest blacks due to the technological enhancement in the display. There are 240 local dimming zones which is cited as the reason for the advance graphic showcase.
The gaming laptop is reported to sport a 17-inch display with 1,000 nits brightness and 4K resolution, advanced with mini-LED backlighting. It is claimed to pack the latest CPU and GPU whose names are still unknown. The Creator 17 is also said to feature Type-C port which is boasted to offer 8K image in the external device. The gaming laptop is also claimed to deploy UHS-III SD card reader with a speed up to 624mbps. For mobile charging, it will feature Thunderbolt port which supports up to 27W (9V/3A) current output.
Apart from the MSI Creator 17, rumours have it that Apple is also planning to leverage it’s display in the MacBook Pro and iPad.