MSI rocks Computex with new additions to their G Series of gaming notebooks, coming in the form of the GT780, GT683, and GE620. All of them will feature Intel’s second generation Core i7 quad core processors, so you can more or less be sure that you won’t be short on processing firepower. Both the GT780 and GT683 will also boast a quartet of DDR3 memory slots, RAID 0 accelerated dual hard disk architecture, and nVidia’s new generation, DirectX 11-supporting GeForce GTX 560M discrete graphics card with 1.5GB of GDDR5 display memory.

Superior sound and visuals? Check. After all, these babies will boast of top-of-the-line Dynaudio and THX TruStudio Pro wrap-around sound and full HD, high resolution screens. To make sure that your gaming notebook remains future proof, MSI has also decided to include USB 3.0 connectivity, letting you transfer documents and large files in a jiffy – as long as you have the right piece of hardware, of course. No idea on pricing at the moment though, but you can be sure that whichever model you pick up, they are ready and raring to please you where gaming is concerned. [Press Release]

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