MSI Creator 15 laptop now available for digital content creatives from $1,600
Back in April, MSI launched the Creator 17, a laptop for those involved in digital content creation that is part of Nvidia's Studio RTX program, which means it comes with the latest Nvidia graphics cards and special Studio drivers for applications like ray tracing, AI, video editing, and more. While the notebook is fairly portable for a 17-inch performance system (5.5 pounds), creatives looking for something a little svelter should be happy to hear that MSI has just released the Creator 15, which tips the scales at nearly a pound lighter.
Though it lacks the mini-LED display of its big brother, the Creator 15 comes with many of the 17's features, including Intel's high-powered Comet Lake Core H-series mobile processors and Nvidia's top GPUs. You can also choose 4K or touchscreen display options -- the former with AdobeRGB 100-percent color gamut -- but either way, the Creator 15 has a 180-degree hinge so the 15.6-inch screen can lay flat to ease collaboration on a project.
MSI will offer a variety of configurations that start at $1,600 for those on a tighter budget to models that cost more than double that base price, with some available to pre-order from online retailers. The "starter" edition still packs an eight-core Core i7-10875H CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB NVMe PCIe M.2 solid-state drive, full 1080p HD display, and GeForce RTX 2060 graphics. On the other end of the spectrum is the configuration that includes the same processor, but quadruples the RAM, upgrades the display to 4K, comes with a pair of 2TB SSDs, and swaps out the GPU for the RTX 2080 Super Max-Q -- all for a whopping $4,659 price tag.
Other versions are equipped with the top-of-the-line Core i9-10980HK, the latest Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, and three-year warranties. While a number of configurations are only available for pre-order at the moment, Micro Center has the Creator 15 A10SFS-014 (Core i7-10875H, 32 gigs of RAM, 1TB SSD, 4K display, GeForce RTX 2070 Super Max-Q) available at its brick-and-mortar stores for $2,599.99, and Newegg has in stock the A10SGS-040 (i7-10875H, 32 gigs of RAM, 2TB SSD, 4K display, GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q ) for $3,299.
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MSI has introduced its 2021 Creator 15, a portable laptop designed for creative work. It includes Nvidia’s brand-new RTX 3000 mobile graphics cards.
The new Creator 15 starts at $1,899 — a 27 percent increase from the 2020 model, which started at $1,499. It will start shipping on January 26th. MSI calls the Creator 15 “an excellent all-around laptop, built for the most demanding creations.”
A color-accurate display is an important aspect of any creator-focused laptop. This 15.6-inch 4K panel covers 100 percent of the Adobe RGB gamut, and MSI says it’s “guaranteed to provide a true-to-life visual experience.” The chassis also includes a UHS-III SD slot for easy transfer.
Here’s a video MSI made to show off the new Creator:
The intent of the Creator 15 is to help you get work done on the go, whether you’re out at a coffee shop, walking around a conference, or just lounging around at home. Like its predecessor, the new Creator 15 carries a 99Wh battery, the biggest battery you can bring on a flight. The previous Creator 15 received strong reviews for its long battery life. And at 4.63 pounds (2.1 kg), the Creator 15 is portable enough to bring from place to place.
In addition to the big battery and next-gen GPUs (which can be an RTX 3060 or RTX 3070 Max-Q), the Creator 15 includes a Core i7-10870H, up to 32GB of RAM, and 1TB of SSD storage.
The Creator 15 is just the latest of the dump of gaming- and creator-focused laptops to adopt Nvidia’s new RTX 3000 graphics, following their release at CES 2021. These laptops will use the third generation of Nvidia’s Max-Q design, which is engineered for thin gaming and content laptops. The new GPUs also include a new Dynamic Boost 2.0 technology that leverages AI to balance power between CPU, GPU, and GPU memory in real time.
MSI announces Creator 15 laptop for creative professionals
MSI has announced its Creator 15, a laptop aimed at gaming and creative professionals, and a smaller version of its Creator 17 model.
Once upon a time in the distant days of early 2020, the Creator 17 was announced at CES 2020 and now the Creator 15 is the natural follow-up. The system utilises an eight-core Intel Core i7-10875H with various Nvidia flavoured graphics options. The laptop is available with everything from an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660Ti card up to a RTX 2080 Super Max-Q depending on your budget. It's a similar story with memory options going up to 64GB RAM with two M.2 slots for SSD storage.
While the Creator 17 offered a Mini LED panel, the Creator 15 doesn't have that but it does have some fine alternatives. These include a 15.6" FHD IPS-Level thin bezel, the same again but touchscreen, or a 15.6" 4K UHD that also promises 100% Adobe RGB support. Just as one would need whether a gamer or creative professional then.
Expect a battery life of about 9 hours which isn't bad at all, although obviously that will vary depending on what you're doing with it. Given the laptop is designed with some high-end tasks in mind, we wouldn't recommend rendering or advanced processing jobs while running on battery power.
This may all sound like hot work for a laptop but MSI reckons that its new effective cooling system decreases the risk of burning laps and loins. The laptop contains 0.1mm super thin fan blades that reportedly increase airflow by 15 percent. On top of that are 25 percent wider than normal pipes for the thermal solution for CPU operating optimisation. In English, that means a less overly hot experience when you're using your laptop on your lap.
The MSI Creator 15 also throws in other useful extras like a full-size SD card reader, and IR facial recondition so you don't have to be reliant on typing in passwords, if you so wish. It only weighs just over 2kg too.
If you're in the market for a high end laptop, this might well be the one for you. So, what does it cost? MSI hasn't announced it just yet, nor has it come up with a release date. We'd expect it to be reasonably soon however. With the MSI Creator 17 starting at $1,799 and going up to $3,599, expect it to be a little lower than that.
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