MSI has just announced a couple of mobile workstations for the masses – the MSI GT70 20K and MSI GT60 20J, where both of them will be powered by NVIDIA Quadro graphics as a way to whet your appetite. Both the MSI GT70 as well as GT60 have received certification from folks over at Adobe Creative Suite 6, Autodesk and SolidWorks, where it will arrive with NVIDIA Quadro K3100M and K2100M graphic processors to boot so that you will not find it wanting when it comes to creating challenging professional applications while you are on the move. Needless to say, both of these units will run on NVIDIA Maximus technology which allows designers and engineers to perform simultaneous rendering or structural/fluid analysis on the same system.
The GT70 as well as GT60 workstations will boast of state-of-the-art components, where they run on Intel Core i7 Quad Core processors, carry the Killer DoubleShot to deliver unequalled Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, in addition to Cooler Boost 2 Technology which will be able to instantly reduce system temperature. Not only that, it will feature exceptional multimedia and gaming features that include Dynaudio speakers with subwoofer, a SteelSeries Gaming Backlit Keyboard and gold flashed headset jacks with AMP for heart pumping audio. The GT70 2OK and GT60 2OJ will retail for $2,599.99 and $2,009.99, respectively. [Press Release]
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