How MSI builds some of the smallest gaming PCs in the world
4 days ago - By TechRadar
MSI has been one of our favorite gaming computer makers of late. That's because, in the last few years, it's introduced some of the smallest PCs we've ever seen - from a gaming-grade, Mac Pro look-a-like to one of the first backpack PC's designed to power a wireless virtual reality experience. More recently, the company has introduced the Trident 3, a console-killing mini PC gaming system. We caught up with MSI marketing manager Lenny Tang to get low down on how the company designed some of its latest and smallest gaming PCs.
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