CES 2024: MSI adds three new 18-inch gaming laptops to its lineup – Titan 18 HX, Raider 18 HX and Stealth 18 AI Studio

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At CES 2024, MSI is turning heads and raising eyebrows by introducing not just one or two, but three 18-inch gaming laptops —Titan 18 HX, Raider 18 HX and Stealth 18 AI Studio! Have a look:

1) Titan 18 HX

This device is encased in a spanking new magnesium alloy chassis that not only revamps the design but also cramps in powerful components. It packs an Intel Core i9-14900HX chip from the 14th-gen series, an RTX 4090 GPU, 128GB of RAM, not one, not two, but three SSD slots, and even the speedy Wi-Fi 7. Its got an 18-inch 4K Mini LED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification. And for the gamers who prefer going pad-only, its got an RGB-backlit haptic touchpad, giving you that extra edge without needing an external mouse.

The Titan 18 HX also boasts the largest vapor chamber cooler solution in the market, supporting MSI OverBoost Ultra for an industry-leading 270W of total power, MSI claims.The Titan 18 HX hits the market with a starting price tag of $5,000 (approx.₹ 4,15,668). 

2) Raider 18 HX

If you’re looking for a gaming powerhouse that's a tad friendlier on the wallet but still has impressive speed and performance, the Raider 18 HX could be your answer. It shares a similar design with the Titan, the Raider steps up its RGB game with a striking light bar in the front, perfect for showcasing your love for vibrant colors. Under the hood, just like its bigger sibling, this 18-inch gaming device supports up to an i9-14900HX CPU and an RTX 4090 GPU. The Raider 18 HX also flaunts a 3D stand that optimizes cooling airflow, ensuring that it's not just about speed but also maintaining peak performance throughout your gaming escapades. MSI hasn’t revealed the price yet so keep circling back here!

3) Stealth 18 AI Studio

At 6.3 pounds (2.8 kg), it’s almost two pounds lighter than both Titan and Raider while still supporting up to an RTX 4090. The main difference is that as its name implies, it’s based on a 14th-gen Meteor Lake chip instead of Raptor Lake refresh, so it has a dedicated NPU for handling AI tasks. Crafted from a magnesium-aluminum alloy, the Stealth 18 AI Studio blends durability with a sleek design. Standout features include a 4K 120Hz mini LED display that delivers high resolutions, along with DisplayHDR 1000 and wide color gamut coverage, promising a gaming experience that's as realistic as it gets, MSI says.