MSI GX60 gaming notebook
When it comes to gaming notebooks, there seems to be one constant equation that remains in the picture – the gaming notebook is not only large and bulky, it is also heavy to tote around, hence we do not recommend you bring a gaming notebook if you are going to cover a show like CES on your own – your back will thank you for it, and I admit that toting around an Ultrabook or MacBook Air makes a whole lot more sense (as well as make you look more stylish, for sure!). Well, folks who cannot tear themselves away from their gaming adventures while they are on the go can settle for the MSI GX60 gaming notebook, where it is touted to armed with state of the art components.
For instance, you will be able to find AMD Trinity A10 quad-core processors underneath the hood, accompanied by the AMD Radeon HD 7970M GPU, a Killer E2200 Game Networking and Steel Series Gaming Keyboard, making it more than the ideal choice for gamers who want a machine that not only delivers high-performance, and yet it does not burn that large a hole in your pockets or deplete your bank account in the blink of an eye.
As a member of MSI’s award-winning G Series of gaming notebooks, the MSI GX60 is no slouch, delivering exceptional gaming experience thanks to a combination of high-performance components and proprietary technology. WIth MSI’s exclusive TDE (GPU Overclocking) Cooler Boost Technology, you are able to enjoy one-touch performance boost while AMD’s Eyefinity, a stereoscopic 3D technology, prepares the path ahead for users to run multiple independent display outputs – all of it simultaneously.
Available from this week onwards, the MSI GX60 will be equipped with a Blu-ray disc reader, a 1920×1080 anti-reflection screen which further reduces eyestrain while widening the field of view, a 9-cell battery that ought to be suitable for extended mobile gaming sessions, and gold coated audio jacks (Audio Boost) for crystal clear and high fidelity sound among others. Are you interested in picking one up for yourself?