Mobile gaming giant MSI, The first ever with a mechanical keyboard, impresses visitors to the CES exhibition - and all the rest
A lot of eyebrows were raised about two months ago, when MSI revealed that it was working on the first laptop in the world that contained a full and true mechanical gaming keyboard. However, as time went on the situation became clearer, and they came to know that the keyboard is just the icing on the cake - because we are dealing with Mobile The most luxurious, monstrous and progressive gaming in the market.
Naturally the magnificence of MSI's creation, The GT80 Titan, Also stars for him at CES 2015, and we finally get official confirmation of its powerful specs - as well as its insane price.
As indicated by the preliminary reports, the Titan includes a 18.4-based 1080-based PLS panel based on 7p resolution, a Core i4980-4HQ quad core processor with a frequency of 2.8GHz / 980GHz (base and maximum turbo respectively), a pair of GeForce GTX 5M cards with 8GB GDDR2 memory each , Four M.XNUMX slots for connecting drives SSD A super fast RAID O array plus an additional 2.5 slot is added to a mechanical hard drive or drive SSD In addition, up to 32GB RAM, wired and wireless network card Qualcomm Atheros and, of course, a mechanical keyboard SteelSeries With 88 Cherry Brown MX keys and a touchpad that can also function as the NumPad keys of your computer.
The GT80 Titan is without a doubt Mobile The most powerful gaming money can buy on the market today, thanks in part to its "modest" screen resolution due to its niche size (very few panel manufacturers compete in the 18.4-inch category, so super-resolutions still don't really exist there), and its price tag is massive accordingly. For performance - starting at $ 3,200, which makes it mostly a toy for those with deep pockets, and less of a real competitive replacement for various stationary gaming computers.
Another unique bonus that includes the Titan is the upgrade capability graphic cards, Almost like home computers - GT80 owners TITAN Will be able to send their mobile phones to some of the most prestigious mobile carriers operating in the United States, where the video cards will be replaced by newer generations (when they will be launched in the future). The service will incur an additional fee, but it is doubtful whether this figure will alarm those who have the ability to purchase the monstrous laptop in the first place.
The GT80 Titan is a particularly distinct niche product, but it will probably also be remembered as one of the standard manufacturers in the emerging gaming mobile world - we have no doubt that we will meet more and more Mechanical keyboards (And possibly hardware upgrade services) on mobile devices in the near future, and this will be largely due to the MSI.
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