While desktops are generally preferred when it comes to gaming, due to the ease of swapping out parts for upgrades, cheaper parts for upgrades, and better cooling, there are some who are too busy or who travel too often to get a desktop.
Instead these people will have to rely on gaming laptops instead in order to get their gaming needs on. There are plenty of brands out there to choose from, such as Alienware, ASUS, Samsung, and MSI, although the latter has recently announced a new gaming laptop at CeBIT 2014 in the form of the GS60 Ghost Pro.
So given that the laptop has been designed for gaming, what sort of specs can we look forward to?Well for starters it will pack a 15.6-inch display with a “3K” resolution (2880×1620). It will also pack Intel Haswell processors where gamers can choose from a variety of different processors, up to an Intel Core i7, and will also come with different GPUs that will pack NVIDIA’s next-gen graphics which Engadget speculates could be of the Maxwell architecture.
It will also support dual SSD storage, 802.11ac WiFi, weigh 1.99kg, and sport a thickness of 19.5mm. Its pricing will vary and according to MSI, it is expected to be priced anywhere between €1,600 to €2,000, which is roughly $2,200 to $2,800 after conversion. The MSI GS60 Ghost Pro will begin shipping this April. So, any takers?