Gamescom 2017 | MSI launches GT75VR Titan gaming notebook in Europe for 2800 Euros
The flagship MSI GT series is getting its newest member this week with the retail launch of the vaunted 17.3-inch GT75VR. This notebook has been praised by press in the months leading up to Gamescom and will supersede the GT73VR by incorporating a mechanical keyboard with per-key RGB lighting, rubberized palm rests, and a redesigned trackpad for added comfort. In other words, the GT75VR brings some of the best luxurious features from the larger 18.4-inch GT83VR series to the smaller 17.3-inch GT family. Users can otherwise expect the same connectivity and internal hardware options as the GT73VR.
Core specifications vary wildly since the GT75VR chassis is able to accommodate a wide range of CPUs and GPUs. Initial SKUs come configured with the Core i7-7820HK and either the GeForce GTX 1070 (GT75VR 7RE Titanium) or the GTX 1080 (GT75VR 7RF Titan Pro). Unlike the recent GS63 refresh or Asus Zephyrus, the GT75VR utilizes standard Nvidia GPUs that are nearly as fast as their desktop counterparts. Depending on the choice of storage, prices will range from 2800 Euros up to 4100 Euros. The notebook is already available in North America with GTX 1070 SLI options
MSI, of course, has been showcasing the GT75VR at its Gamescom booth down at Hall 5.1 and will be sweetening the deal with free gaming accessories for buyers. Check out our full review on the GT75VR for more information on display quality, chassis features, fan noise, and more.
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