MSI reveals GX660 gaming notebook

MSI reveals a new notebook for gamers – the GX660, based on Intel Core i7 processor/ PM55 Chipset and featuring Dynaudio sound, MSI’s Turbo Drive Engine and Cooler Boost technology.

The GX660 and GX660R, which comes with RAID 0 architecture, have measure of  396mm (L) x 269 mm (W) x 55 mm (H) and weight of  3.5 kg,  feature a  MSI’s exclusive glossy color film print with rhombic pattern design on the wrist areas and brush finish on the touchpad. There are also highlighting LED lights around the notebook edges, that pulsate automatically to sounds emitted by the laptop.

MSI GX660

The laptop has a 15.6-inch (1920 x 1080) display, mentioned Core i7 processor, DirectX 11 supported ATi Mobility Radeon HD 5870 discrete graphics card with 1GB GDDR5,  up to 12GB RAM, 2x SATA 500GB  HDD, Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth V2.1+EDR, 2x USB3.0 ports, 4-in-1 card reader, HD webcam and 9-cell battery.

MSI GX660

The GX660/GX660R also comes with 2 speakers and a subwoofer with Dynaudio sound technology, “user friendly” Cooler Boost technology for better cooling and MSI’s ECO technology for “a powerful, silent, and extended computing experience.”

Stay tuned for price and day of appearance.

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