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MSI announces GE72VR and GE62VR Apache series

MSI GE62VR Apache and GE72VR Apache gaming notebook series now official
MSI GE62VR Apache Pro
Positioned as high-value gaming notebooks, the GE72VR and GE62VR Apache come with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics and Intel Core i7 processors.

Next to its high-end portable gaming machines, MSI also brings NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1000-series graphics to its more affordable laptops. The GE72VR and GE62VR Apache are two such lineups, both packing the latest pieces of hardware that Intel and NVIDIA have to offer, cooled by MSI's dual-fan, six-pipe Cooler Boost 4 solution.

The highlights of the MSI GE72VR Apache and GE62VR Apache include a Skylake Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics, a SteelSeries keyboard, Dynaudio speakers and Nahimic 2 sound, Killer LAN, as well as Gamecaster and WTFast software. Although these machines do not offer a high-end graphic adapter, their specs can be slightly pushed up with the help of MSI's Dragon Center control panel and, according to the company, are both "equipped for online games and team battles all over the world."

Details on the MSI GE72VR and GE62VR Apache series should become available soon. We have no information on pricing and availability right now, but we will get back to these machines as soon as we have it.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-08-16 (Update: 2016-08-16)
Codrut Nistor
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