MSI wrapped up its CES 2023 keynote yesterday so let us give you a quick summary of what was announced and some of them are quite interesting.


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MSI MAG 275CQRX Curved Gaming Monitor

For the monitors, the MAG 275CQRX is a 27-inch 1000R curved gaming display with a VA panel that runs at a whopping 250Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time in 1440p.


Ramping the display quality up and you’ll get the MEG 342C QD-OLED for absolute color accuracy, vividness in visuals, and super high 0.1ms response time, all inside a more sophisticated designed form factor with gold accents and RGB strip.


The MEG 491C QD-OLED is positioned within the same category as the 342C QD-OLED but at an ultra-wide 49-inch size for the horizontal is king gamers out there.

MSI Modern MD271UL Type C

The business side also sees the Modern MD271UL running at 4K resolution but armed for a delicate and modern setup. The exclusive MSI Display Kit and Eye-Q Check ensure both productivity and eye care for the user and one can utilize the USB-C port on the back for peripheral connection or up to 65W of power delivery.



The SPATIUM M579 PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD has been showcased to deliver read and write speeds of up to 10GBps which finally puts the latest motherboard’s connection protocol to use and coupled with the shiny bronze aluminum heatsink in capacities of 1TB, 2TB, or 4TB, experience incredible load times and blazing fast access to large single files.



Weighing at just 85g, the CLUTCH GM51 LIGHTWEIGHT WIRELESS keeps your palm and arm at peace while providing seamless accuracy to your movements with the Diamond Lightgrips offering some rough texture for better grip and RGB in one go. A 26,000DPI sensor powers the mouse which should be decently enough for FPS gamers.


On the other hand, the VIGOR GK71 SONIC with blue switches is engineered to be lighter than most other clicky switches in the market at just 45g. Although the sound can be tedious, at least one can really feel the input thanks to the big tactility bump and audible click.

Prebuilt Desktop

MSI MEG Trident X2

A special guest enters the fray with the MEG Trident X2 gaming desktop equipped with up to the Intel Core i9-13900K and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 cooled by the exclusive Silent Storm Cooling 3 system for the best gaming experience with the unique touchscreen on the side serving as info display, monitor’s OSD menu, RGB controller, and much more.

DIY Components

MSI MEG Z790 GODLIKE Motherboard

Released for quite some time, the MEG Z790 GODLIKE is best 12th/13th Gen Intel Core desktop CPU compatible board MSI has to offer with overengineered components crammed onto a multi-layer PCB with a stealthy look to top it off.

MSI MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 Power Supply

The MEG Ai1300P PCIE 5 is the power answer to run the latest Team Green GPUs thanks to the ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 compliant standards while having an 80+ PLATINUM rating for absolute efficiency. Thanks to multiple hardware and software-based safety monitors, the power supply can tank 2X or 3X the total excursion during a power surge to protect the delicate electronic parts of your rig.


MSI MS XP01 EV Premium

Some quirky stuff was shown there as well such as the MS-XP01 EV Premium charger that can provide up to 13.2KW of power through a 60A output current that also complies with SAE J1772 Type1 and IEC 62196-2 Type 2 standards. The built-in 7-inch display indicates charging status while the IP55 certification makes it safe for both indoor and outdoor use. Notable features include remote management, a payment system, and license plate recognition – all via wireless connections.

MSI Gaming Routers CES 2023

The router section sees the RadiX series gaming routers taking the spotlight since they are made to provide low latency over wireless connections using the AI QoS feature, reducing 90% ping rate while supporting the Wi-Fi 7 standards transferring data over auto-detecting antennas that follow your device around for enhanced signal coverage. They also come with adequate cooling since routers tend to get really hot when it is sending signals constantly at high volume.


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