If you think today’s games are getting so complex that digits and hands aren’t enough to cope, then MSI GT72S G Tobii Gaming Laptop with Eye-Tracking Technology is for you. Billed as “the world’s first gaming notebook that unlocks the power of vision,” the GT72S G Tobii allows you to do things like switching targets in a game, select objects on the floor, or even automatically pause a game by focusing or looking away. Supported game titles include Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Assassin’s Creed Rouge, ArmA II, Elite Dangerous – just to name a few.
MSI Tobii’s eye-tracking technology uses triple dual lens near-IR illuminations that affords precise eye tracking in any room and in any lighting conditions. In addition, Tobii is able to share the position of your eyes as an overlay on the streams you share online on supported platforms like XSplit Gamecaster. This means that whoever viewing the streams can see what you are laying your eyes on, which also means you better not be staring at anything you shouldn’t cos’ others will know. We are half-expecting some awkward YouTube videos to surface soon.
In addition, Tobii can also leverage on Windows 10 and Windows Hello to enable logging in using eye-tracking password and even highlight, select or delete items and more with one look. Other key features include latest Intel Core-i7 processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX980M extreme graphics, Killer DoubleShot Network, Nahimic Sound Technology, XSplit Gamecaster, SteelSeries full-color backlit keyboard and more.
If you think you are ready to exercise some eye-power over a laptop, and has no qualms in shelling out $2,599.99 for such an advanced laptop, then you can head over to Newegg acquire it. According to the press release, it says Tobii will be bundled with Tom Clancy’s The Division, but apparently, Newegg is also throwing in a copy of Rise of the Tomb Raider, along with a GT Hardshell Backpack and a Gaming Mouse Pad with NV logo.