MSI used CES 2015 to show off some new Windows gaming PCs, including a new laptop, the GT80 Titan SLI, that includes an integrated mechanical keyboard designed by SteelSeries.
Microsoft is helping MSI to promote its new Windows gaming PCs. Of the GT80 Titan SLI, It states:
"It's the first gaming laptop from MSI that come armed with dual NVIDIA GTX 980M GPUs in SLI, and allows user to easily upgrade components, including the dual NVIDIA MXM graphics cards when needed. It can also support up to 4x M.2 SATA SSDs in RAID 0, 32GB of memory, and includes a super-efficient dual fan cooling system drawing heat from both graphics cards and processor with its 8-heat pipe design."
The laptop will go on sale later in January with the rather steep starting price of $3,399.99.
MSI and Microsoft are also promoting another gaming laptop, the GS30 Shadow, that supports an optional Gaming Dock that can accommodate full desktop PC graphics cards inside. Microsoft says:
"The ultimate gaming ecosystem, the GS30 Shadow and Gaming Dock is an insanely powerful gaming machine at home and an ultra-portable unit on-the-go. The GS30 Shadow measures only 0.77 inches thick, weighs less than 2.65 lbs. and is the world's 1st eGPU solution that supports desktop graphics with a PCIe 3.0×16 full bandwidth slot."
It also goes on sale in January for the starting price of $1,999.99.