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    MSI updates gaming laptop range with Kaby Lake processors

    16 new laptops packed with the newest Intel processors and Nvidia GTX 10 series GPUs.
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    Re: MSI updates gaming laptop range with Kaby Lake processors

    Imagine if you'd only just purchased the 6700hq (Example GT62VR) at the vastly inflated price (UK) then these hit.

    Opps. Oh well.

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    Re: MSI updates gaming laptop range with Kaby Lake processors

    But the thickness does not seem to be small enough.

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    Re: MSI updates gaming laptop range with Kaby Lake processors

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    Imagine if you'd only just purchased the 6700hq (Example GT62VR) at the vastly inflated price (UK) then these hit.
    It would serve you right for being so dumb as to pay £2k for a laptop.

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    Re: MSI updates gaming laptop range with Kaby Lake processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    Imagine if you'd only just purchased the 6700hq (Example GT62VR) at the vastly inflated price (UK) then these hit.
    It would serve you right for being so dumb as to pay £2k for a laptop.
    Am I "dumb" for spending £1600 on a laptop as well? No. Perhaps if it was made by Apple I would agree, but it's not, so I would disagree. I got what I paid for; a high-end portable workstation that's still holds its own now (3 1/2 years later). If you're happy with a £300 crapper, that's fine, but I wouldn't call you "dumb", you're buying for your requirements.

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    Re: MSI updates gaming laptop range with Kaby Lake processors

    Question guys. If I buy a 15 or 17 inch gsync gaming laptop like this with a 1080p ips panel, is the picture quality going to be worse, same or better than a 24 or 27 inch 1080p monitor that's sitting further away from me than the laptop?

    And if anyone's bought a current generation laptop in the top MSI or Asus ranges, can you please describe the gaming experience compared to normal desktops? Especially how's the laptop keyboard compared to cherry keyboards by Logitech, Razer and others?

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