MSI provides mobile gaming power for those who can't make do with a tablet

Subject: Mobile | January 18, 2013 - 03:36 PM |
Tagged: msi, GT70 Limited Dragon Edition, 17.3, 1080p, 3630QM

Gaming laptops are attractive to some users, who are willing to pay the premium to have a system which can play the latest games and is still somewhat portable.  MSI has been providing these users with solid products over the years and has recently updated their product line with the GT70 Limited Dragon Edition.  One of the best features of this laptop is the screen, proper 1920 x 1080 screens are all too rare on laptops.  Inside you will find an octo-core Core i7 3630QM, a GTX 675, 8GB DDR3 and even a KillerNIC, enough to get you playing Far Cry 3 in style.  The backlit keyboard features a GPU Turbo boost key and a Cooler boost key which should probably both be used at the same time.  In fact the only things that MadShrimps would have like to see changed is a different type of SSD and an IPS display instead of the TN that MSI used.

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"In recent 2 years, MSI did not focus on the Ultrabook series as many other brands, they mainly focused on high performance of Gaming series Notebooks, that makes MSI to become a well known gaming products company in the market, also shows how important of the Gaming related market."

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Source: MadShrimps

January 18, 2013 | 09:55 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

FFS how absolute reporting PRICES with your stories?

January 19, 2013 | 02:28 AM - Posted by Jingles (not verified)

FFS how about you grow a brain? Did you ever stop to think (I'm assuming probably not hence your retarded post) that different vendors sell things for different prices? Or maybe there is no RRP yet?

January 22, 2013 | 06:32 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Would that CSD, USD, AUD, Euros .. which country exactly?  Would that be the base model, the one that was reviewed (which isn't for sale) or one the several custom builds that are available.

Maybe you never bothered to click on the NewEgg links I provide when there is a set price for something? 

Some people's children; I tell ya.

January 19, 2013 | 03:15 AM - Posted by Dream76 (not verified)


January 19, 2013 | 07:48 AM - Posted by troopertj (not verified)

not good grammatical articulation hailstorm.
"In recent 2 years, MSI did not focus on the Ultrabook series as many other brands, they mainly focused on high performance of Gaming series Notebooks,

reads like a Chinese translation.

January 19, 2013 | 06:45 PM - Posted by Alpha Nox (not verified)

Warning to all! I had to return my MSI GT60 gaming notebook due to a defective keyboard and the computer store told me it was no use to replace it since all of them were being returned because of the same problem.

Look this up on the Internet! Lots of people reporting the same problem with the keyboard in MSI gaming notebooks.

You have to press exactly on the center of the key or the key does not register.

January 22, 2013 | 03:46 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Wow the keyboard complaint can be a serious one, I've had great success with my MSI gt with the 5 series nvidia graphics and it is literally the best laptop I've ever owned in terms of doing what I paid for and more since performance is relative to what technology is available. That being said I had an asus laptop before that and I paid good money for the high end gaming one... long story short the keyboard didn't register every key consistantly and it was the most infuriating thing in the world and was a well known glitch.. if you plan on buying this laptop make sure this computer does not have this problem it will ruin your enjoyment of the product!

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