Thursday, August 29th 2013

MSI GP70 and GP60 Gaming Series Notebooks Official

Slim and light, MSI's GP60 and GP70 presents better performance of the latest laptops for online gaming competitions. Under the hood, these NBs meet your need for machines that with good performance with better gaming experience. In addition, they sport envelope-pushing SteelSeries gaming keyboards, unique Audio Boost for headsets sound enhancement solution. Easy to Take and powerful, these NBs will give you the furious advantage in HD gaming competitions. MSI has received high marks for its high-end gaming laptops, the good performance but compact gaming design in new gaming notebooks. They featured Intel's 4th Generation Quad Core processor and new Generation NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M discrete graphics. Specially designed to meet the demands of online gamers around the world.
Best of online gaming - MSI's newest GP gaming laptop
Eric Kuo, vice president for global sales & marketing, MSI Notebook, points out the GP60 and GP70 featured with Steelseries keyboard, GT740M graphics and audio boost for better headset experience, while weighing in at only 2.5 kg (GP60) and 2.75 kg(GP70), respectively. They are the trimmest and most popular level gaming laptops and are the best choice of online or casual games players around the world.

Not only do they feature the epoch-marking processor using 22 nm production technology, they also pack NVIDIA 's latest GT 740M 2GB discrete graphics card. Comes with the innovative Audio boost solution-a world first developed by MSI, AMP (Audio amplifier), and gold jacks, bringing the new Generation cinema-grade quality sound to an all-new level.

The powerful weapons, the powerful gaming features
Intel 4th Generation Core i7 quad core processor
The GP70 and GP60, MSI's new Generation gaming notebooks, feature the Intel 4th Generation Core i7 quad core processor. This cutting-edge processing platform with breakthrough performance, currently the most advanced on the planet, enhancing processing performance by as much as 10% over the previous Generation, while saving power and optimizing cooling capabilities.

Performance NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M discrete graphics
The powerful MSI GP60 and GP70 come locked and loaded with the NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M discrete graphics card which boasts 2GB DDR3 of display memory. The GT 740M over 2000 points on 3DMark11 (P Score). That coupled with the fact that it supports DirectX 11 effects and nVida PhysX technologies. You will be amazed by the smooth gaming experience of your favor online games on HD to Full HD resolutions, GP70 and GP60 is your easy to take and best companion anywhere.

Matrix Display multi-display output
The GP Series features MSI's Matrix Display multi-display output with three built-in I/O display interfaces, including the HDMI 1.4, and traditional D-Sub.
HDMI 1.4 both feature AV sync output to handle 4K*2K Ultra HD TV, while the D-Sub interface supports the highest Full HD picture output and can be used with older overhead projectors. With 2 output interfaces and the notebook's own screen, GP Series NBs offer the most choices in terms of 3 displays and the best screen resolution and performance of the gaming notebooks.

Unparalleled professional SteelSeries keyboard
Responding to cries from gamers, MSI got together with gaming equipment manufacturer Steelseries to create a keyboard for the GP60 and GP70. Not only is the keyboard more rugged, the Windows function key has been repositioned to the right side to reduce the possibility of accidently striking it when you're surrounded by bad guys.

Audio Boost for better gaming headset sound detail
MSI's Audio Boost enhances sound quality and comes with AMP (Audio Power Amplifier), a program designed to greatly enhance headphone performance and amperage in medium to high-end competition gaming and HiFi headsets and enhancing wrap around sound.

Sound Blaster Cinema's enhanced wrap around sound
All MSI gaming laptops this year feature upgraded Sound Blaster Cinema wrap around sound, better with optimized software solutions in particular for wrap around sound, human voices, virtual bass, and low quality audio sources. Sound Blaster Cinema and MSI's superior sound system on GP series complement each other exceptionally well.

Technical Specifications:
  • Operating System: Windows 8
  • LED Backlight Display:
    o 17.3"(GP70), HD+(1600x900), Full HD(1920x1080) Anti-glare display
    o 15.6"(GP60), HD(1366x768), Full HD(1920x1080) Anti-glare display
  • Processor: Intel 4th Generation Core i7 / Core i5
  • Memory Type: 2 DIMM DDR3-1600 up to 16GB
  • Graphics: GeForce GT 740M DDR3 2GB
  • Hard Disk Capacity: Single HDD, up to Hybrid HDD - 24GB SSD+1TB (SATA)
  • Keyboard: Keyboard by Steelseries, non backlit.
  • Optical Disk Drive: BD Combo / DVD Super Multi
  • USB 3.0/2.0: 2/1
  • Card Reader: SD(XC/HC)
  • Video output: VGA/HDMI 1.4
  • Mic-in/Headphone out: 1/1
  • Audio: Audio Boost /Sound Blaster Cinema
  • LAN/WiFi: Gb LAN, 802.11b/g/nWiFi
  • Speaker: 2 channel speakers
  • Webcam: HD type (30fps@720p)
  • Battery: 6-Cell Li-Ion (4400mAH)
  • Power Adapter: 90W/120W thin & light
  • Dimension(WxDxH):
    o GP70: 418 x 269 x 39 mm
    o GP60: 383 x 249 x 37.5 mm
  • Weight:
    o GP70: 2.75Kg (w/ Battery)
    o GP60: 2.5Kg (w/ Battery)
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5 Comments on MSI GP70 and GP60 Gaming Series Notebooks Official

2.5 Kg = 5.5 lbs., which ain't exactly light weight for a 15.6" laptop, IME.
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2.5 Kg = 5.5 lbs., which ain't exactly light weight for a 15.6" laptop, IME.
Well it ain't exactly mobile workstation heavy either :p
I'm just glad MSI done away with the lamborghini plus disco-lights design :)
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GT740 isn't exactly powerful, but at least they offer 1366x768 to make up for it.
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GT740 isn't exactly powerful, but at least they offer 1366x768 to make up for it.
GT 730M performs well enough on 1366x768 so GT 740M should be pretty satisfying(personal experience). ;]
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After their GS70 model with dual fans, razor thin, and about 5.5pounds with a 765m I have no idea how they can possibly do better (except release a 15 and 13 inch version probably). I guess premium comes with a premium price tag because those things are worth two of these guys put together.
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