About a year after the official debut, which took place with the Summit E13 Flip, MSI expands the Summit convertible family and announces the arrival of the Summit E14 Flip EVO A12M (name as usual complicated), a 14 “laptop designed for all those users who are looking for the best possible compromise between design and level performance to work on the move. As for the first generation, we are faced with a high-end product , cared for in every aspect and updated in this new version with Core 12th gen processors which, among other things, are part of the Intel EVO platform.
The lines are those already seen on the 13 “model, with the characteristic ergonomic hinge that rotates 360 ° allowing the user maximum versatility; speaking of purely” physical “characteristics, the MSI system measures 314 x 227.5 x 17.9mm And weighs 1.6Kga good compromise if we think that we are dealing with a 14 “convertible.
Turning to the display, the Taiwanese company opts for a 14 “IPS panel with 16:10 aspect ratio which offers QHD + (2880x1800p) resolution, 100% DCI-P3 coverage and supports touch paired with the MSI Pen. As for the hardware platform, on the other hand, the user can opt for models up to Core i7 12th Gen (14 cores) paired with LPDDR5 4800 (32GB) memories, Iris Xe integrated graphics and a PCI-E Gen 4.0 SSD.
Given the target user, MSI has significantly optimized the security department, while if we look at connectivity / expansion, nothing is missing: two Thunderbolt 4Display Port, HDMI, USB-C with Power Delivery and USB 3.2 Gen 2, plus WiFi 6E And Bluetooth 5.2 (always Intel). To power the machine we find a 72 WHr battery (10 hours of autonomy), finally the multimedia department with stereo speakers (2x 2W), DTS and 1080p IR webcam is good. At the moment there are no details on price and availability for the Italian market, according to the first rumors the most powerful configuration should be around $ 1,800.