Msi gs70

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  1. cotolay

    cotolay Notebook Evangelist

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    Anyone knows when this will hit the US?

    I was thinking about getting a razer blade, but i think this one would be a better choice.

     
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    Soon, very soon. This is thinner and lighter than Razer blad Pro
     
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    OMG That is great to hear.
    If it gets battery life like the Razer too and it's under $2k, it'll be the perfect laptop.
     
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    But that is not the same one.
    That model has a monitor on the touchpad and weights 8lb+.
    The one I'm interested at is the GS70 that weights lighter and thinner than the Razer Blade(As MSI Representative said above) It should be cheaper too.
     
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    Ahh yes. They say the one being released is not the concept version. The one the have in the video is the concept. =)
     
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    O_O Just saw a video on YouTube about the production version of GS70.
    Apparently it's only going to weight 2.66kg or 5.8lbs.
    It's only going to be 22mm thick or 0.86 inches.
    Plus it's going to have 3 hours battery life.

    If those specs are correct, this kills the Razer Blade Pro on every aspect AND it's going to be cheaper!
    This laptop is going to be awesome! =D
     
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    Yep, lately MSI has been pulling no punches in every single market segment with amazing laptops :) I definitely encourage the GS series far more than the Razer
     
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    I may have to go for this one for the portability. My GT60 is nice and powerful but i did not realize how big it was. I had difficulty fitting it into a laptop bag made for 17" notebooks. I know the gpu is a downgrade but I really only play MMOs like Wow, FFXIV, and maybe EQ Next/Wildstar. No FPS or anything. Choices, choices.
     
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    Exactly!

    Portability is always a big factor in laptops. If you're going to buy a 10lb+ laptop, you're better off just buying a PC and save some money.

    This GS series laptop is shaping up to be an amazing laptop.
     
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