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Special Edition Rose Pink MSI Prestige 14 now available

MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink open
MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink open (Image credit: MSI)

Updated February 6, 2020: Updated to reflect that the MSI Prestige's 4K display is an optional upgrade.

What you need to know

  • The MSI Prestige 14 is now available in Rose Pink.
  • The laptop features a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 6-core processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (Max-Q) GPU.
  • You can order the Prestige 14 from Amazon (opens in new tab) or NewEgg (opens in new tab) for $1,400.

MSI just released the Prestige 14 in Rose Pink. The Rose Pink edition of the laptop combines a punchy pink exterior with internal specs designed for creators. It's powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 6-core processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (Max-Q) GPU. You can order the Prestige 14 from Amazon (opens in new tab) or NewEgg (opens in new tab) for $1,400.

The laptop is only 0.63 inches thick and weighs 2.85 pounds. Its keyboard tilts up five degrees to improve the typing angle, and its key travel is 1.5mm. The laptop features a 14-inch display with a 100 percent Adobe RGB color gamut. You can elect to get an optional 4K Ultra HD IPS-level display that's verified by CalMAN to get higher resolution.

Below is the full spec sheet for the Prestige 14 Rose Pink Edition.

CategoryMSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink
OSWindows 10 Pro
Display14-inch FHD (1920x1080
IPS (Anti-glare)
100 percent sRGB
4K (optional)
ProcessorIntel Core i7-10710U (6-core)
GraphicsNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (Max-Q)
Memory16GB LPDDR3 2133MHz
Video memory4G GDDR5
Storage512GB NVMe SSD
Webcam720p
WirelessWi-Fi 6 AX201 (2 * 2 ax)
Bluetooth 5.0
Ports2x USB 2.0
2x Thunderbolt 3
micro SD (UHS-II)
Mic-in/Headphone out combo
Audio2x 2W speakers
Battery50Whr (3 cell)
Dimensions12.55-inchx8.46-inchx0.63-inch
Weight1.29kg(2.84lbs)

The laptop is not a 2-in-1 but has a 180-degree flip-n-share design that makes it easier to share the content on your screen.

You can optimize the performance of the Prestige 14 using MSI's Creator Center. This software allows you to allocate hardware resources and boost performance to accomplish specific tasks.

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1 Comment
  • This laptop screams "girl power" lol