MSI Introduces GT780 Notebook for "Extreme Gamers"

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iceman08

I think this is good for those that want a little more oomph from their laptop but are very mobile, like me.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

$1700 at NewEgg.

I dunno. I'm thinking that if I want to drop $1700, it would go into a desktop, and would be a lot more powerful that this thing.

Starting around $600, you can get laptops with discrete video solutions that will run games fairly well. As you near $1,000, you can get the larger 17" screens and really good video processors.

But some people have money to burn, so what the hell.

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someone87

I have the older Asus version of this (G73) and was looking to buy the newer Asus (G74) or this MSI laptop. I am too mobile to use a desktop (work at several diff places/customers in 1 day) and my engineering software half works on my cuttent Asus. It's a pig. 

So I'll be upgrading here soon, hopefully the new Nvidia cards are better than my current ATI.....

-Andrew

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Brad L

This looks like it would be great for watching movies (sarcasm).  I would buy this if it offered a 16:10 display - 1920x1200 or 1680x1050 resolution.

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Jas71

" currently the company's fastest mobile graphics part." What about the GTX 485M? It is much faster than the GTX 560M.

 

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Keith E. Whisman

Perhaps it should be written as it's latest enthusiast graphics part.

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Keith E. Whisman

These are suppose to cost around $1500 bucks base sticker price. 

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