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MSI Announces The World’s First Gaming Laptop Outfitted with Mechanical Keyboard

Graphics is not the only factor affecting a gamer’s decision on whether to go for a portable or a desktop gaming rig. There is one other thing a desktop has to offer that laptop can’t: mechanical keyboard. For ages, desktop PC gamers have been enjoying the goodness brought about by mechanical keyboard, but for laptop users, they are pretty much relegated to what’s built into their portable, which obviously ain’t no mechanical stuff. Of course, you can always grab a separate mechanical keyboard if you’re that hardcore, but what if there is a gaming laptop that comes standard with mechanical keyboard? Sounds like an impossibility? Well, it is not, because that’s what MSI is proposing with the upcoming MSI GT80 Titan gaming laptop. Continue reading MSI Announces The World’s First Gaming Laptop Outfitted with Mechanical Keyboard

MSI Goes For Gold With NewEgg Exclusive Gold Edition GGS60 Ghost Gaming Laptops

black is usually the color of choice for gaming laptops. seriously, i will never know why it is such. perhaps, gamers prefer black for the stealthy look? in any case you are not a conformist and willing to bag yourself one in color that will speak of the hardware prowess, the MSI Gold Edition GS60 Ghost Gaming Laptops might be worthy of your considerations. two models are introduced: the GS60 Ghost Pro and the GS60 Ghost. MSI basically grabbed the GS60 Ghost announced earlier and gave them pretty golden hue. just the color and not real gold, if that’s what you are thinking. so if you are interested, i am assuming you have yet to purchase the two GS60 announced in March and May. else you will probably be cursing and swearing by now. Continue reading MSI Goes For Gold With NewEgg Exclusive Gold Edition GGS60 Ghost Gaming Laptops

Alienware 13: Rejoice Gamers, Small Gaming Laptop Lives Again In Dell

there was a time when Dell thought small laptops have no place in the gaming world. a notion subsequently challenged by Razer and proven wrong. it was a shame that Dell chose to axe the M11x years ago. it was a great machine. i know it because i had one. but it looks like someone in the circle had a change of heart and Dell is bringing back small gaming laptop by the way of Alienware 13. ok, maybe it is not as small as the netbook-ish M11x, but it’s a start. as the product name denotes, this is a 13-inch rig, but little is known about this new kid, except for a few things, including it weighs four and half pounds and will be less than an inch thick. Continue reading Alienware 13: Rejoice Gamers, Small Gaming Laptop Lives Again In Dell

GT72 Dominator Pro Is MSI’s Latest Desktop Replacement For Hardcore Gamers

between a desktop and a laptop, some gamers may choose the latter over the former. why? possibly for less clutter and the freedom to relocate whenever they want. if you belongs to this need to be mobile group, MSI just the right rig for you. billed as the “benchmark breaking desktop replacement”, the MSI GT72 Dominator Pro gaming laptop is packed with top-of-the-line goodies including Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M GPU, Killer DoubleShot Pro (basically, a combo of Killer E2200 Game Networking and Killer wireless ac), Super RAID and more, and it does so without bulking up the machine. it has a profile of less than 2 inches, which is an amazing technological feat considering this is a 17″ beast, and weighs in at just 8.59 lbs, or about 3.9 kg. Continue reading GT72 Dominator Pro Is MSI’s Latest Desktop Replacement For Hardcore Gamers

ASUS Announced A Barrage Of Gaming Products At Computex, Including A Console PC

ASUS has come a long way with its gaming arm, the Republic of Gamers (ROG) and not surprisingly, it has taken the opportunity at the Computex 2014 to unveil a barrage of drool-worthy gaming gears, including a small form factor gaming desktop (G20), a console PC (GR8), a gaming laptop (GX500), gaming motherboards (Crossblade Ranger and Maximus VII Impact and Formula), high-performance graphics card (ARES III), mouse (GLADIUS) and keyboard (GK2000), that are designed to coax you into dropping some serious dough for them. of course, pricing for these products are yet to be confirmed, but still, it is an exciting peek into what the Taiwanese computer maker has to offer for the rest of 2014. keep going for more details. Continue reading ASUS Announced A Barrage Of Gaming Products At Computex, Including A Console PC

MSI GGS60 Ghost and GS70 Stealth Gaming Laptops

one of the thing the world is not lacking of is probably portable gaming rigs. thanks to big name like MSI who are constantly innovating and turning up more powerful mobile gaming laptops encased in lighter and thinner form factor. while the new MSI GGS60 Ghost and GS70 Stealth Gaming Laptops may not be the lightest or thinnest 15-inch and 17-inch rigs, they do pack some serious punch and design wow factors. common features include 2.4GHz Intel Core i7-4700HQ processor (up to 3.4GHz with turbo boost), 128GB SSD plus up to 1TB HDD, up to 16GB RAM, Killer Gaming Network, Bluetooth 4.0 technology, WiFi 802.11ac, SD card reader, built-in Dynaudio Tech speakers with subwoofer, USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4, mDP, a HD 720p webcam, SteelSeries full-color backlit with anti-ghost keyboard, and a 6-cell 120W battery pack. Continue reading MSI GGS60 Ghost and GS70 Stealth Gaming Laptops

AORUS X7 17″ SLI Gaming Laptop

at 22.9mm AORUS X7 17″ SLI Gaming Laptop may not be thinnest, but it is possibly the lightest 17-inch class gaming laptop, tipping the scale just 2.9 kilograms (6.39 lbs) and that’s for a machine that boasts a pair of NVIDIA GTX 765M graphics chips, as oppose to say, the Razer Blade Pro which has a single chip setup. comparing apples to apples, similar setup, albeit some more powerful like the Alienware 18 or even the Aftershock Titan, the AORUS could well be considered ‘feather weight’ and on top of that, it has a pretty rad design sporting a full aluminum construction finished in matte black. Continue reading AORUS X7 17″ SLI Gaming Laptop

New Razer Blade 14-inch Gaming Laptop Breaks 3K Resolution

Razer finally gives its sub-par display Blade 14-inch gaming laptop a refresher (hi-five for you if you have deliberated almost a year and have not plunk down the money). the latest Blade, the 2nd 14-inch class gaming rig, now boasts a retina-watering 3,200 x 1,800 resolution, Windows 8-friendly 10-point multitouch display, which effectively overtakes MSI’s ‘3K’ display laptops with ‘just’ 2,880 by 1,620 pixels. it also touts the next generation NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M graphics with 3GB VRAM, which according to Razer, giving it the highest power-per-cubic-inch laptop in the world. further assurance of its display prowess is offered by IGZO/IPS (Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide/In-Plane Switching) display panel technology, boasting some 250 percent increase in contrast ratio over its predecessor, plus high brightness LED backlight optimized for outdoor use, among the many other eye-pleasing enhancements. Continue reading New Razer Blade 14-inch Gaming Laptop Breaks 3K Resolution

MSI GT60 15.6″ 3K Display Laptops

hard luck for you if you are expecting Ultra HD to arrive to laptop anytime soon, but if you are adamant on giving your eyes the eye-candy when gaming or slogging away on AutoDesk, we’d say 3K is your best bet for now. speaking of 3K, MSI has just the laptops touting that sub-4K, but nevertheless eye-watering resolution, offering your pampered eyes an whopping 2,880 x 1,620 pixels (also referred to as WQHD+). there are two models that falls under the MSI GT60 15.6″ 3K Display Laptops lineup: the GT60 20D-261US, which is a gaming rig (dubbed as the GT60 Gaming) and the GT60 20KWS-278US, which is a workstation (dubbed as the GT60 Workstation). Continue reading MSI GT60 15.6″ 3K Display Laptops

Maingear Pulse 17 Gaming Laptop

just how thin can a 17-inch class laptop go? well, we don’t know the answer, but we will take 0.85″ (21.59 mm) as the thinnest for now, which is what Maingear Pulse 17 Gaming Laptop is touting. as to whether it is in fact the world’s thinnest as Maingear has claimed, we will let you do the research and be your own judge. tipping the scale at less than 6 lbs (< 2.72 kg), this slim form, big screen mobile gaming rig packs Intel Core i7 4700HQ chip, clocking in at 2.4GHz, but can be further boost to 3.4GHz if desired, using Intel Turbo Boost 2.0. working alongside with the 4th gen Intel Core processor is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics with 2GB VRAM and 16GB of system RAM. Continue reading Maingear Pulse 17 Gaming Laptop