MSI ups gaming laptop ante with GT780DXR

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Are you the type who cannot get enough of your games wherever you go, that a fix is required every single day even when you are on a road trip and do not have access to a powerful desktop? Asking you to revert to handheld gaming with a Sony PSP or Nintendo 3DS might be considered as “torture” since you prefer PC games over consoles any day, so picking up the right kind of gaming rig whenever you travel is of utmost importance. With a fair number of players in this niche market, just which manufacturer do you gun for? MSI intends to be a notable contender, and their latest release, the GT780DXR might just fit the bill perfectly.

This powerhouse gaming laptop will come in a lovely brushed aluminum chassis that are certainly easy on the eyes, while boasting a lovely 17.3″ Full HD Non Reflection display at Full HD resolution in 16:9 aspect ratio, making it perfect for watching high definition movies on your travels. If you’re the type who loves playing in the dark as it helps you see all the game’s details in greater clarity, then the SteelSeries programmable backlit keyboard will do the job very well. To read more about the hardware specifications, you can check out the rest of the story after the jump.

At its heart lies an Intel Core i7 processor, which will be ably aided by up to 16GB of RAM, not to mention boasting a 1.5TB hard drive that ought to provide more than enough space for all your music, movies, photos and games. Of course, what’s the point of a gaming laptop if it does not have a good video card? Fret not with the MSI GT780DXR, as it will boast a 1.5GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570M graphics card that is capable of delivering superior performance and high frame rates even when you have all the graphical options turned up.

If you need to stash away all the downloaded high definition movies without taking up more space in the hard drive, there is always the option of burning a copy on a Blu-ray disc with the Blu-ray burner, otherwise you can make do with regular DVDs. Pricing for the MSI GT780DXR starts from $1,799.99 onwards, and depending on the configuration inside, it will max out at a couple of hundred dollars more. Each purchase will be accompanied by a 2-year manufacturers limited warranty.

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Jame Says: September 10, 2011 at 4:43 pm

This isn’t the first time I’ve purchased a gaming laptop. The previous one I purchased for roughly the same price. If you compare different prices from other computer retailers, you’ll notice a difference in price vs hardware. This computer comes with 16gb of RAM. For most that’s overkill, but for the select few who love having that excess to point and brag about, it’s well worth it. The computer comes with some other features that are standard within the high end laptop category. There’s bluetooth, USB 3.0, SATA (No SSD though…), to list among the few. Additionally, the computer comes with the best video card out on the market (as of June 2011). While it may not have the 3d vision option, the extra RAM makes up for the difference. The only thing I dislike is the lack of multimedia buttons, but for some that’s a plus.

Best buy!!!

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