MSI confirms TITAN GT77 HX 13V gaming laptop with 4K 144Hz MiniLED display

Published: Dec 28th 2022, 09:30 GMT   Comments


MSI has now confirmed it will launch a new high-end gaming laptop with the fastest high-resolution screen next week.

The company sent out a press release confirming that a successor to TITAN GT77 based on 12th Gen Core Intel CPU series. The new model called HX 13V will feature 13th Gen Core HX series featuring up to 24 cores.

MSI Titan GT77 HX 13V, Source: Wccftech/MSI

The main feature of the new system, and the only thing that MSI can confirm at this time, is the new screen. The updated TITAN GT77 notebook will feature 4K 144Hz MiniLED display, an upgrade over the last-gen 4K 120Hz panel.

MSI confirms this panel is based on AUO AmLED MiniLED technology delivering up to 1000 nits of brightness and according to the rumors, it will be DisplayHDR 1000 compatible. This panel has 1008 dimming zones which should give great results on a ‘small’ 17 inch panel. MSI promises that each panel will be ‘strictly examined’, which could mean at least partial factory calibration.

MSI Titan GT77 HX (12th Gen), Source: MSI

Since the official teaser shows the same chassis as the last-gen model, one might guess that changes will only be applied to the screen and internal hardware of HX 13V model. According to the rumors, this model will also feature GeForce RTX 40 mobile GPUs, possibly the flagship RTX 4090 GPU.

Press Release:

The MSI Titan GT77 will match the high-end 4K gaming monitor with its class-leading 4K/144Hz Mini LED Display

MSI – the innovative computing manufacturer in gaming laptops – proudly announces that its flagship gaming laptop Titan GT77 will be the world’s first laptop featuring a 4K/144Hz Mini LED display, which is also the most premium laptop display right now.
The 4K/144Hz display on Titan GT77 is powered by AUO’s AmLED Mini LED technology, which promises super-bright backlighting, decent HDR performance, and a wide-enough color gamut. The peak brightness of the display is over 1000 nits, which is 2.5 times brighter compared to regular LCD, and thanks to its 1008 dimming zones, sharper image quality with less halo effect could be expected.

The super-high peak brightness along with exclusive AmLED’s Adaptive Control Technology that precisely and dynamically adjust images in real time also brings decent HDR performance. The Titan GT77 has been certified as VESA DisplayHDR 1000 and guarantees an immersive HDR experience in game or streaming.

To present as much color as possible, the display on Titan GT77 sports a super-wide 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, which perfectly meets the need for immersive gaming or entertainment. Last but not least, thanks to the MSI exclusive True Color technology, every Mini LED panel on Titan GT77 will be strictly examined before assembly and promises the most accurate color reproduction to every enthusiast around the globe.

The new Titan GT77 will be officially launched at CES 2023 and more exclusive features could be expected, including world-leading processing power & next-gen GeForce laptop GPU performance, which can drive more frames in a game and be beautifully represented with the world’s first 4K/144Hz Mini LED display.

MSI confirms that this laptop will be launched at CES 2023, so in less than a week. Below are the leaked slides that confirm further details, such as battery size of mechanical keyboard, but those features were already present on the 12th Gen model.

MSI TITAN GT77 HX, Source: Notebookcheck

Source: Wccftech

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