MSI new business lineup E13 Flip Evo and E16 Flip


MSI, a Taiwanese computer manufacturer, has announced the E13 Flip Evo and the E16 Flip as new additions to its Summit Series consumer lineup.

Intel’s Tiger Lake processors power the latest convertible notebooks, which have a 16:10 aspect ratio. Both models are compatible with MSI’s proprietary MPP 2.0 stylus (the MSI pen).

The two versions, like the rest of the Summit Series, have a range of features built for remote meetings. According to The Verge, these include a “noise-reduction” camera and audio noise cancellation.

The company claims that the notebooks will last 20 hours on a charge, which is a significant improvement over the Summit B15’s five-hour battery life.

The new laptops support Bluetooth 5.2, and there are two Thunderbolt 4 connectors with charging capabilities, as well as USB-C 3.2 and USB-A 3.2 ports, as well as an audio combo jack.

The E13 Flip Evo has a 13.4-inch 1920X1200 touchscreen, a thickness of 14.9 mm, and a weight of 1.35 kilogrammes. The E16 Flip appears to be a more workstation-oriented computer.

The E16 Flip will come with “the most up-to-date Nvidia graphics card” to help with content development. According to the manufacturer, it also includes four microphones for conference calls.

The Summit E13 Flip is currently available for $1,599.99. The price of the E16 Flip, on the other hand, is unknown.

The E13 Flip Evo has a 70Whr battery, a thickness of 14.9mm, and a weight of 1.35kg. It comes with a CNC aluminium machined frame that comes in Pure White and Ink Black colour options. A 720p HD webcam with a dedicated webcam shutter switch is also included for added privacy.

The E16 Flip will be powered by 11th generation Intel Core processors, as well as “the new Nvidia graphics,” according to MSI. It also has a new cooling design called “Dynamic Cooler Boost” by MSI, which is said to produce up to 40% less noise than competitors.