Best of CES 2013: Unleash your inner Dragon with MSI

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CES 2013 bought with it a plethora of manufacturers claiming to have the best of the best. While few can deliver on such presumptions, MSI has promised, delivered, and with righteous fury released a line of notebooks with parameters rivaling that of full size gaming towers. Flawless performance, extreme attention to detail, and a new perspective on what gamers find important in their machine of choice give the GT70 its rightful place among the exclusive top tier in gaming notebooks.

Currently available in limited quantities is the GT70 Dragon Edition, a beastly machine consisting of only the best in mobile gaming components.

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Specs:

  • Processor: Intel Core I7 36300M
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX680M / 4GB GDDR5
  • Memory: 16GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • Display: 17.3 Full HD Anti-reflective 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
  • Storage: 128GB x 2 SSD (Super RAID) + 750 GB
  • Card Reader: 7-1 Multimedia
  • I/O: 3 x USB 3.0 , 2x USB 2.0, VGA, HDMI, Mic – in, Headphone – out

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With a beautiful red and black finish and sporting Chinese dragon etchings, the GT70 really stands out. The 9-cell battery will run most games on highest resolution for roughly four hours. We also really loved just how much emphasis MSI put into aesthetic design without sacrificing hardware.

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The GT70 may be a bit of a thick mistress, but she will care for you like no other. Like a perky chubby nerd girl, she’ll satisfy every urge you have if you’re willing to overlook weight issues. Bad metaphors aside, we classify it among the top gaming laptops of 2012 and well into 2013. Also, it is Nerd Reactor’s official choice for CES 2013’s top mobile gaming device of the year.

MSI-GT70_Dragon_edition_Photo-02Ultrabooks have quickly dominated the Windows OS based market for mobile computing. With popular models such as the Lenovo Yoga and Asus 7 dominating the market currently, some healthy competition comes directly from MSI. The Slidebook S20 delivers everything an Ultrabook convertible should, at a price point of $1199.99. Featuring an I5-3337U 1.8Ghz prcessor and 8GB DDR3 it rivals some of the top dogs in its price category.

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MSI has quickly grown to become a well known name in gaming, not only for its GPUs and Motherboards, but for creating machines that incorporate what we really need, power. With a powerful marketing strategy and products that won’t disappointing  there is no doubt that MSI will soon become not only a big name in computer parts, but one of the top mobile gaming device providers in the world.

For additional details and purchase information, visit http://us.msi.com/

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