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Wednesday, 04 June 2008 23:22

MSI rolls out new 17-inch gaming notebook

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Computex 08:
Puma barbecue with an HD3850 on the side


If you're
one of very few tech enthusiasts who believe that gaming laptops are a sound concept, MSI has a new toy for you.

The GT-735 is powered by AMD's Turion X2 Ultra Dual-core CPU and it packs quite a punch on the graphics side, thanks to AMD's HD3850 with 512MB of memory. The 17-inch WSXGA screen, coupled with a pretty good graphics card, will probably be a tempting choice, especially if you use CAD or 3D apps.

There's still no word on the price. We'll try to find out more in the next few days, but if MSI's prices for a similarly speced GX710 are anything to go by, the new GT should end up around the €1000 mark.

It also looks a lot better than MSI's previous 17-inch notebooks; see for yourself.

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Last modified on Thursday, 05 June 2008 05:13

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