MSI GS60 Ghost/ Ghost Pro Thread

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  1. GreaseMonkey90

    GreaseMonkey90 Notebook Evangelist

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    If they do this, I will most likely go for it.
     
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    York Notebook Enthusiast

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    It caught my attention as soon as I saw it on some CES article. It looks to be a 15" version of the GS70. It's reported to be just slightly over 3 pounds which is damn amazing if true. If the battery life is at least up to 8 hours, this could be the best thin gaming laptop.

    I doubt this laptop will be released soon. Hopefully, MSI will release it soon. Otherwise, their competitors might sooner capitalize on this market. Razer just needs to upgrade the display on their Razer Blade 14" and Gigabye just needs to upgrade the battery life on the P34G.
     
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    UltraGSM ...so many Alienwares...

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    that is a beauty, the slimness of it and if it will be metal chassis, long battery life, well... many will be tempted with great ultra-portable laptop :) judging the price will be set right
     
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    The GS70 is a nice unit, so I imagine that as long as MSI keeps true to similar build quality and design (and then some, hopefully) with this, we'll be seeing a very snazzy and viable alternative from them. :)
     
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    That does look nice. As long as they can put a decent GPU and keep it cool it will be a popular model I bet.
     
  8. Karamazovmm

    Karamazovmm Overthinking? Always!

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    off centered kb with a botched numpad

    otherwise this notebook with the same internals as the gs70 should be great
     
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    I would expect a very similar experience to the gs70.
     
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    HazrD Notebook Consultant

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    Ugh, I wish they would remove the words "Gaming G Series" on that logo. I'm fine with the MSi logo and the picture of the dragon but...argh, it just feels childish using a laptop that says Gaming Series on it.

    Everything else on it looks perfect.
     
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