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MSI launches the GT70 2OK and GT60 2OJ mobile workstations

MSI launches the GT70 20K and GT60 20J mobile workstations
MSI launches the GT70 20K and GT60 20J mobile workstations
The two new mobile professional workstations from MSI are powered by NVIDIA Quadro graphics and Intel Core i7 processors.

MSI announces two new mobile professional workstations, the GT70 2OK and the GT60 2OJ. Both feature NVIDIA Quadro graphics and Intel Core i7 processors. "We've successfully combined the power and design of our acclaimed GT70 and GT60 laptops with the performance needed to tackle professional applications," says Andy Tung, vice president of sales for MSI Pan America Region.

The GT70 and GT60 have been certified by Autodesk, SolidWorks and Adobe, as these workstations can easily tackle professional applications such as Avid Media Composer, Siemens NX, PTC Creo Parametric, AutoDesk Smoke, AutoCad Design Suite and many more.

The MSI  GT70 2OK and the GT60 2OJ have similar specs, as both come with Intel Core i7 processors, Killer DoubleShot for Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity and Cooler Boost 2 technology. The main difference is that the first has NVIDIA Quadro K3100M graphics, while the cheaper model features the NVIDIA Quadro K2100M graphic processor.

Additional features of these two mobile professional workstations include a SteelSeries gaming backlit keyboard, Dynaudio speakers with subwoofer and gold plated, amplified headphone jacks. The list of professional technologies includes NVIDIA Mosaic, NVIDIA Optimus, NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro, as well as support for multiple displays and NVIDIA Maximus.

The GT70 and GT60 are already available via Newegg, Amazon, Tiger Direct, BestBuy, B&H Photo, and Adorama. The GT70 2OK is priced at $2,599.99 and the GT60 2OJ sells for $2,009.99.

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Author: Codrut Nistor, 2013-09-25 (Update: 2013-09-25)