San Francisco: Leading gaming brand MSI on Tuesday announced that the company is set to unveil a new laptop titled 'Creator 17' with mini-LED display at the CES 2020 in Las Vegas.
'Creator 17' is the world's first laptop to come with mini-LED display which can provide top-notch colour accuracy and visual entertainment experience for creative souls, the company said in a statement.
Until now, mini-LEDs have been used in some TVs but with leading global display manufacturers shifting production focus to mini-LED, its estimated market value has reached a staggering $1 billion and is expected to be adopted by several industries within the next few years.
'Creator 17 sports a 17-inch display with peak brightness of 1,000 nits and mini-LED backlighting.
This technology enables 240 zones of local dimming control, delivering vibrant visuals with the brightest whites and deepest blacks with sharper, more detailed imagery.
Apart from the mini-LED display, the laptop delivers latest in CPU and GPU processing power while providing full ports which include the first Type-C port to support outputting 8K image to an external display.
It is also outfitted with the world's fastest "UHS-III SD card" reader with a speed of up to 624MB per second.
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