Tuesday, September 7th 2021

MSI Rolls Out Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition

Following the secret message in MSI's latest launch event- MSIology: Tech Meets Aesthetic, the premium laptop brand dropped a bombshell to the community by announcing its collaboration with Hiroshi Fujiwara, the world famous streetwear brand directed by the godfather of street fashion. Redefining the definition of aesthetics, MSI launched the Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition, which is at the same time the world's first and only laptop that the highly praised Hiroshi Fujiwara has ever worked with, symbolizing a major breakthrough and bringing the premium user experience to the next level.

Hiroshi Fujiwara, the icon of street fashion. Concentrating on collaborating merely with leading brands in diverse fields, including Maserati, LOUIS VUITTON, NIKE, TAG Heuer, Jordan, CYBERPUNK «2077», KAWS, Playboys, BVLGARI, Beats and many more. Hiroshi Fujiwara views co-branding as the core of its communicative approach to the audience and injects elements of street culture and subculture successfully in different types of products, making it the icon of trending fashion. As the world's only laptop recognized by Hiroshi Fujiwara, the MSI Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara limited edition presents the beauty of perfect melding, through the "Black on Black" concept that blends the sharp black double lightning logo and the Stellar Black aluminium body of the laptop.
MSI Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition rewrites the essence of street fashion
The collaboration between MSI and Hiroshi Fujiwara not only incorporates the features of two brands but merges two aesthetic concepts into one great piece of artwork. To pursue the ultimate essence of aesthetics, MSI Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition comes with carefully laser-etched logos, granting the laptop a deluxe and striking visual expression. The bold lightning pattern on the cover side, symbolizes the audacity of Hiroshi Fujiwara that dares to establish an example to street fashion.

The emblem of the collaboration rests on the lower-right part of the keyboard side, showcasing the partnership dedicated to bringing out premium enjoyment of beauty. Even on the bottom side, the unignorable lightning logo embellishes and presents an impeccable visual identity. The beauty of this product is displayed through a CNC-milled unibody with a delicate tone, presenting a silky smooth texture bringing out the pure elegance of the laptop. Integrating premium design of MSI and exclusive touches from Hiroshi Fujiwara, MSI Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition introduces a brand new trend in fashion.

Tech Meets Aesthetic: Hiroshi Fujiwara powered by MSI's latest technology and design
MSI brings out the true beauty of technology through gearing up the Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition with the most powerful Intel 11th Gen i9 CPU and NVIDIA RTX 30 series GPU, along with well-balanced, dedicated design in both hardware and software configurations, such as the 16:10 Golden Ratio MiniLED display powered by AUO AmLED technology, MiniLED backlit keyboard and AI-powered optimization system-MSI Center. Hiroshi Fujiwara embodies the spirit of street fashion with its iconic double lightning logo not only on the laptop but also among all peripherals. Merely 3,000 pieces are released for this co-branded masterpiece. The MSI Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition symbolizes the perfect fusion of aesthetics and street culture, and brings the spirit of creativity to a new era.
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12 Comments on MSI Rolls Out Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara Limited Edition

#2
Chrispy_
"Hiroshi Fujiwara, the world famous streetwear brand directed by the godfather of street fashion."

Never heard of it.
What is a godfather of street fashion?

I Googled it. seems to have middling impact in east-coast US, pretty much irrelevant/obscure in RoW outside of a few one-off, low-volume collabs with bigger brands. Definitely not world-famous. Still not sure how the term godfather applies at all!
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#3
TechLurker
Eh, I liked it better when HP and Toshiba tried chasing the hip and trendy college student/newly graduated student market with their garish laptops and peripherals. Toshiba had the glossy "Fusion Finish" Qosmio and Satellite series, and HP had those laptops with replaceable lids in an assortment of color styles and similarly painted portable mice.
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#4
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Chrispy_"Hiroshi Fujiwara, the world famous streetwear brand directed by the godfather of street fashion."

Never heard of it.
What is a godfather of street fashion?
Hiroshi made all the other street brands an offer they couldn't refuse?
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#5
Tardian

Anyone who counts Eric Clapton amongst their friends is cool by me.:cool:
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#6
dyonoctis
Chrispy_"Hiroshi Fujiwara, the world famous streetwear brand directed by the godfather of street fashion."

Never heard of it.
What is a godfather of street fashion?

I Googled it. seems to have middling impact in east-coast US, pretty much irrelevant/obscure in RoW outside of a few one-off, low-volume collabs with bigger brands. Definitely not world-famous. Still not sure how the term godfather applies at all!
My guess is that he's one of those guys that you won't know unless you are deep into the street fashion culture. I've heard of Asmongold (biggest streamer of WoW) because I don't care much about the streaming scene of wow, that changed when the guy started to paly FFXIV (Wich I care about)
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#7
micropage7
personally i like if the logo not too big like that, just small logo and place it on the center, it will much better
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#8
timta2
Remember how ugly laptops were before a certain company put a lot of effort into design and then everyone else copied them?
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#9
Caring1
timta2Remember how ugly laptops were before a certain company put a lot of effort into design and then everyone else copied them?
Are you talking about Dell with their replaceable covers, or Acer with their Ferrari model?
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#11
Chrispy_
timta2Remember how ugly laptops were before a certain company put a lot of effort into design and then everyone else copied them?
Things that have made laptops worse in the last 13 years:
  • Chasing ever thinner proportions at the cost of key travel, durability, ports, adequate cooling performance, battery capacity, backlight quality & uniformity
  • Flat, chiclet keyboards with pathetic travel, no sculpting and poor ergonomics
  • Sharp-edged wrist rests/palm-deck
  • glossy glass trackpads
These things which acatually are worth copying from the certain company you're hinting at - they are either not copied or the copy is a poor-quality attempt.
  • Solid, high build quality of unibody CNC'd chassis
  • Factory calibrated, sensible-DPI display with good gamut coverage
  • The largest possible trackpad the device can reasonably fit
  • Quality speakers
  • A webcam better than 720p30
  • Clean, minimalist design that doesn't have RGBLED, angular bolt-on cosmetic plastic crap, or Gundam-themed robot samurai styling.
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#12
Tardian
Chrispy_Things that have made laptops worse in the last 13 years:
  • Chasing ever thinner proportions at the cost of key travel, durability, ports, adequate cooling performance, battery capacity, backlight quality & uniformity
  • Flat, chiclet keyboards with pathetic travel, no sculpting and poor ergonomics
  • Sharp-edged wrist rests/palm-deck
  • glossy glass trackpads
These things which acatually are worth copying from the certain company you're hinting at - they are either not copied or the copy is a poor-quality attempt.
  • Solid, high build quality of unibody CNC'd chassis
  • Factory calibrated, sensible-DPI display with good gamut coverage
  • The largest possible trackpad the device can reasonably fit
  • Quality speakers
  • A webcam better than 720p30
  • Clean, minimalist design that doesn't have RGBLED, angular bolt-on cosmetic plastic crap, or Gundam-themed robot samurai styling.
I almost get sick watching people being interviewed at home on laptop 720p@30fps highly compressed low-bit rate video. Some of these people have a regular gig on TV and yet don't have a proper camera.

The pet/children antics in the background are worth watching. ;)
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