MSI announces two new gaming notebooks

MSI announces two new gaming notebooks

If you are a gamer on the go you’ve most likely noticed that MSI releases some gaming notebook powerhouses every once in a while. Well, the “while” part is over, at least for now, and the Taiwanese company is ready with some more new, shiny and fast gaming notebooks.

This time the newcomers are called MSI GX70 Destroyer and GX60 Destroyer and they both feature the latest in gaming hardware. AMD-oriented the new notebooks come packed with AMD A10-5750M quad-core APUs, built-in HD 8650G DirectX 11 graphics, 3-screen Eyefinity output and top of the line mobile Radeon R9-M290X graphics cards.

The GX70 Destroyer and GX60 Destroyer also arrive with a limited opportunity to claim a free Battlefield 4 game that you can play on the provided SteelSeries gaming keyboard. The notebooks also support up to 16 GB of DDR3 memory that will satisfy all gaming requirements as well as ample network bandwidth thanks to the integrated Killer Gaming Networking. The rest of the specs include high-speed USB 3.0, 15.6-inch or 17.3-inch displays at Full HD resolution, up to 1 TB of hard drive storage, an optical burner and MSI Audio Boost technology.

The pricing of the GX70 Destroyer and GX60 Destroyer is still unknown.


Source: MSI

Related posts

First HP smartphone specs leaked

The recent news that HP plans to go back to the smartphone business has received a new confirmation in the form of the first specs of an upcoming HP smartphone. The device will be called Brave maybe because it will be the first HP smartphone in a really long time. Inside...

Maingear Titan 17 gaming notebook

MAINGEAR Computers comes up with new propose for the keen gamers, a desktop replacement solution dubbed TITAN 17. The beast has 17.3-inch LED-backlit Anti-Glare display with 1920 x 1080 resolution and can be equipped with up to Intel Core i7 990X Extreme Edition hexa-core processor. If you...

HannsG introduces new 27-inch monitor

Miniaturization has always been the Alpha and the Omega when it comes to the computer industry. Making computer components smaller has always had a positive effect that includes better profit margins for companies, lower prices, more powerful hardware for consumers and lower power consumption...

Leave a comment