MSI gaming laptops continue to break new ground

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MSI has carved a name for itself in the realm of gaming laptops, and this time around they intend to awe the masses with the all new GP62X and GP72X Leopard series. These are gaming machines that you can bring with you while you are on the move, allowing you to get your gaming fix in without missing a beat. MSI intends to redefine gaming performance by offering a gaming laptop that has a 120Hz 5ms screen, a NVMe M.2 solid state drive which will certainly break existing bandwidth limitation, and updated SteelSeries RGB keyboard with Silver Lining print.

Screen tearing and jitters will no longer plague your mobile gaming sessions, thanks to the all new full HD 120Hz panel with 5ms response time. Such an ultra-fast refresh rate will allow you to react instantly to your game, resulting in a true blue MSI gaming experience. The GP62X and GP72X Leopard series gaming laptops will be equipped with a NVMe solid state drive, allowing gamers to experience the full performance potential of the latest SSD technology that has extreme read speeds of up to 2,200MB/s. Apart from that, this particular range comes with an Intel 7th Generation KabyLake processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM that can be further expanded to 32GB, and up to a GeForce GTX1060 graphics card.

Your keyboard movements will not be slow and clunky thanks to the upgraded RGB keyboard by SteelSeries that includes SteelSeries Engine 3 support. Thanks to the SteelSeries Engine 3, gamers are able to personalize their playing style through the customization of each key, where you can change the keyboard’s backlight color. SteelSeries’ GameSense will also enable the colors of the keyboard to change according to in-game action. Counter Strike: Global Offensive and Minecraft are two such titles that support GameSense.

Already available, the MSI GP62X and GP72X Leopard gaming laptops will retail from $1,099 and goes all the way up to $1,599.

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