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MSI reveals ultra-slim GS73VR Stealth gaming notebook

MSI GS73VR Stealth Pro ultra-slim gaming notebook with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics
MSI GS73VR Stealth Pro
With the main body made of high-density aluminum alloy, this light gaming laptop uses NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics and a Skylake processor, as well as MSI's Cooler Boost Trinity technology.

Although not available for purchase yet, the MSI GS73VR Stealth gaming notebook is one of the Computex d&i Awards winners. Thanks to the latest hardware from Intel and NVIDIA, cooled by a proprietary MSI technology, the GS73VR Stealth "reliably delivers stellar performance in the heat of battle."

MSI GS73VR Stealth delivers high performance for gamers in a tight package, using a high-density aluminum alloy body. Its highlights include NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics, an Intel Skylake processor (no details about the available choices yet), a SteelSeries gaming keyboard accompanied by the well-known SteelSeries Engine 3 software, True Color display technology, ESS SABRE HiFi audio and Nahimic 2 Audio Enhancer. Although the chassis of this notebook belongs to the "ultra-slim" category, the GS73VR uses Cooler Boost Trinity, a technology that employs five heat pipes, dual thermal modules, and enhanced Whirlwind Blade fans.

The MSI GS73VR Stealth notebooks will probably launch next to the other MSI gaming notebooks that use NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1000-series graphics, but we have no availability and pricing information yet. 

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