Thursday, May 31st 2012

MSI Now Shipping GT70 Gaming Notebooks with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M Graphics

MSI Computer Corp, a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions, challenges mobile gaming limits once again by upgrading their acclaimed GT70 gaming beast with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M discrete graphics card. Heralded as the fastest single-unit laptop GPU, the GTX 675M adds even more power to GT70s deadly combination of performance and multimedia experience.

Already outfitted with Intel HM77 Chipset, Killer E2200 Game Networking, SteelSeries backlit keyboard, Dynaudio Speakers with THX Surround Sound and more, the GT70 now further immerses gamers in blistering frame rates, extreme special effects and unmatched 3D experience without sacrificing battery life.


MSI also announces the availability of GE70 and GE60, two gaming notebooks designed for gamers seeking a balance in performance, portability and affordability. The new 17-inch and 16-inch units feature a futuristic design and are equipped with the latest Intel HM77 Chipset, NVIDIA GTX 660M GPU, SteelSeries keyboard and Headset AMP + Gold Flash Jacks, giving them more than enough horsepower to handle the most demanding tasks.

"MSI believes that exceptional performance starts with outstanding components, and we've exemplified that belief in our spectrum of gaming notebooks, from high performance to budget-conscious," said Andy Tung, Vice President of Sales for MSI US. "We've given our flagship gaming notebook even more power with NVIDIA's GTX 675M, but also unveiled the GE70 and GE60, which packs affordable power for your entire daily gaming needs."

GT70, GE70 and GE60 Full Specs
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4 Comments on MSI Now Shipping GT70 Gaming Notebooks with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M Graphics

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
A keyboard lighting up like that makes me think im at the helm of a starship each and every time.
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#2
Darkleoco
This i like I have been looking for a powerful gaming laptop with an unassuming appearance (mostly) and this very well might fit the bill!
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#3
Jojo Kracko
I kind of thought it was a joke that MSI wasn't refining it's case and cooling ability with this release. I expected something like the G75 upgrade from them. However, I still give them credit for putting in the 675, while Asus is sticking with the 670. Plus, they already had the matte screen, so they were ahead of Asus before. Now? Still ahead, but not by as much.
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#4
lyndonguitar
I play games
Keyboard lighting just like the alienware, but still, the casing sucks.

theres no gaming or power feeling in it. unlike alienwares, ROGs, etc
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