With the higher-performance graphics in the Summit E, MSI is offering a choice of either a UHD 4K-resolution display with 100% Adobe RGB color gamut coverage or a full-HD display with or without 10-point multitouch support and a more typical 72% NTSC gamut coverage.
The Summit E comes with discrete Nvidia Geforce GTX 1650Ti with Max-Q design graphics, while the Summit B series sticks with Intel’s new Iris Xe integrated graphics that are expected to perform on par with entry-level discrete graphics.
The Summit B goes with a choice of a full-HD panel with 72% NTSC and close to 100% sRGB color gamut or one with 45% NTSC coverage, which should be fine for the "I’m just here to get business done" crowd.
Two different lines and each in two sizes, the Summit series gets down to business with new 11th-gen Intel Core CPUs.
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