Boréas Technologies, a leading provider of cutting-edge haptic solutions, is proud to announce that MSI has selected its innovative haptic chip to power the MSI Raider GE78 HX Smart Touchpad edition. Recognizing the superior capabilities of Boréas Technologies' technology, MSI has integrated the haptic chip seamlessly into the touchpad button, enabling a remarkable user experience while highlighting the laptop's captivating industrial design.
Tailored specifically for gaming enthusiasts, the MSI Raider GE78 HX Smart Touchpad edition showcases a thoughtfully redesigned touchpad area that optimizes space management and elevates user intuition. This innovative design ensures that users can effortlessly navigate their laptops with precision, providing a seamless and intuitive touchpad experience.
With Boréas Technologies' haptic chip integration, MSI has taken the user experience to new heights. The haptic chip's advanced functionality delivers precise feedback beneath the left and right buttons of the touchpad, offering users a heightened sense of tactile engagement and improved control. This remarkable integration seamlessly blends cutting-edge technology with an exceptional industrial design, resulting in an interface that is both visually appealing and highly responsive.
"We are delighted to see MSI embrace the potential of our haptic technology for the MSI Raider GE78 HX Smart Touchpad edition," said Simon Chaput, CEO of Boréas Technologies. "By leveraging our cutting-edge haptic solutions, MSI has created a laptop that offers a seamless integration of technology and design."
The MSI Raider GE78 HX Smart Touchpad edition is set to launch in Germany in June, with availability expanding globally soon after. For more information about Boréas Technologies' haptic solutions, please visit https://www.boreas.ca/pages/piezo-haptic-trackpads.
About Boréas Technologies
Recognized as a top semiconductor company to watch in the EE Times Silicon 100, Boréas Technologies Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company specializing in commercializing product-differentiating piezo IC platforms in consumer and automotive markets. Founded in 2016 in Bromont, Québec, with origins in research conducted at Harvard University, Boréas Technologies leverages its proprietary CapDrive™ technology platform to develop ICs ideal for devices such as PC trackpads, smartphones, and automotive controls.
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