World's Largest Battery in this Laptop is amazing
Can surely beat Apple MacBook Pro 16
The MacBook Pro 16 can be claimed by Apple to be 100Whr’s batteries, but the small print indicates the actual capability is 99.8Whr.
This little difference opened the doors for MSI, a designer of the Taiwanese laptop with the biggest battery; the Macbook Pro is one-tenth greater than its current Maker 15 traveling workstation.
Although a future device could match the MSI record, it will probably not be reversed from spot number one, as a 100Whr limit on the use of lithium ion batteries in checked baggage means that airlines can have maximum capacity.
The price of the latest computer of MSI is yet to be confirmed; but we know the Creator 15 will definitely be launched in the immediate future with the Intel Core i7-10875H 8 core CPU and the AMD Ryzen version.
This 4-cell laptop has a DDR4-3200 ram capacity of up to 64 GB and has a 15.6-inch 4 K IPS monitor (optional touch screen), an Nvidia Quadro RTX2080 SUPER Max-Q graphics card, and up to 16 TB onboard storage through two M2 slots.
It is surprisingly light to carry with a weight of 2,1 kg, with a thickness of less than 20 mm.
The Creator 15 claims that MSI has a nine-hour battery life. While we haven’t reviewed the device, it’s fair to assume that the battery life of the Creator 15 laptop would be slightly lower than that of the integrated GPU.
MSI has not yet seen price levels on both laptops, but they are not likely to be inexpensive, especially with the optional refresh rate update to 300Hz screens. The cheaper variant of the MS65 Stealth actually costs $1,899 at B&H to help provide input into how soon they should continue, while the MS65 Raider already costs $1,649.99 at B&H. It is likely that a 300 Hz laptop game will be offered on the go for a price now and Asus says it’ll sell a 300Hz version of its laptop Predator Triton 500 for a wallet-empty $2,799.99 in September.