All the gaming world is no-doubt familiar with MSI as a premier gaming laptop brand. But we bet few know the letters are an acronym for Micro-Star International Co., Ltd. If we’re wrong, feel free to tell us in the comment section.
Established in 1986, MSI is a Taiwanese multinational information technology corporation with pioneering innovations that are leading the game thanks to the talented teamwork of their senior R&D staff.
Consisting almost exclusively of gaming laptops. And equally. An extensive series of pro-grade workstations. The company offers a varied lineup ranging from slender, 14-inch portable systems. As well as massive 18-inch behemoths. And even a convertible, which earned them the distinction of the largest gaming laptop supplier worldwide in 2016.
According to the company, the core of their innovation “remains an unwavering commitment to providing Top Player with Top Choice products.” As such, they were the first laptop company to integrate programmable mechanical keyboards technology into their laptops. And Tobii eye tracking, which you’ll find on the GT72S G.
Every laptop delivers a ridiculous amount of gaming power thanks to technologies like, Super Raid 3. And OC Engine which prevents system crashing while overclocking.
These laptops are perfect. So long as you don’t need to reach out to tech support. The phone representatives don’t seem knowledgeable about the company’s software. And even after providing its social media channels with highly technical information (most users won’t know). You’ll be hard pressed to get a response.
What keeps MSI ahead of most laptop brands is an outstanding warranty-not only will upgrading components not void your warranty. But if you register your laptop within 30 days of purchase. You get free accidental-damage coverage.
Along with a one-year limited warranty on most laptops. You can purchase extended warranties from authorized resellers. Or by contacting them directly. Some mobile workstations even come with up to three-year warranties. But you will have to pay for shipping to send your laptop in for service.