PC: MSI WT75

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    win32asmguy Moderator Moderator

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    I am looking for price suggestions on my WT75. It is a stock configuration, 8SK-008 with these specs:

    Manufacturer Part # WT75008
    OS Windows 10 Pro
    CPU Intel® Core™ i7-8700
    CPU Speed 3.2 - 4.6GHz
    Chipset C246
    Color Aluminum Black
    Screen Size 17.3" FHD, Anti-Glare Wide View Angle 120Hz 3ms 94%NTSC
    Resolution 1920x1080 16:9
    Visual Experience True Color Tech.
    GPU NVIDIA Quadro® P3200
    Video Memory 6GB GDDR5
    Keyboard Single white backlight with Anti-Ghost key+ silver lining
    Speaker Speakers 3W *2 + Subwoofer 5W *1
    Memory 32GB (16G*2) DDR4 2666MHz
    HDD Capacity 512GB SSD (PCIE Gen3x4) +1TB SATA (7200RPM)
    HDD Interface NVMe
    LAN Intel GigE
    WLAN Intel 9260 Thunder Peak (2x2 802.11 ac)
    Bluetooth BT 5
    Card Reader SD (XC/HC)
    Webcam 1080p FHD
    USB USB 3.1 Gen2*5
    Thunderbolt YES
    Video Port HDMI*1, mDP*1, USB Type-C (Thunderbolt 3)*1
    Audio Port Mic-in x 1, Headphone-out x 1, Line-in, Line-out
    AC Power Adaptor 330W
    Battery Pack 8 cell (90Wh)
    Dimension 16.85"x12.36"x0.96-2"
    Weight 9.13 lbs
    Manufacturer Warranty 3 year limited warranty (includes 1 year global)

    Pricing has been kind of tough. It MSRP's for $2899. I have it on eBay for $2300, but it seems to not be low enough to get any interest. The same configuration at dell.com for a Precision 7730 is $2813. The same configuration at Lenovo for a Thinkpad P72 is $2735. The same config on hp.com for a Zbook 17 G5 is $3166. It looks like Lenovo also has a pre-built config of the P72 for about $2500 too.

    Does anyone think pricing it closer to $2000 would be more realistic?
     
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    Rengsey R. H. Jr. I Never Slept

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    With current new releases of the RTX laptops , will be hard to sell.

    Maybe a barebone will sell and sell those parts separately . That’s my advice.
     
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