MSI GS75 Stealth is big-screen gaming to go at CES 2019
Hey there, I'm Josh Goldman with CNET here at CES 2019 at MSI press conference where they just announced updates to their gaming laptop line.
Those updates of course include invidious graphic cards that RTX 20 series that they announced here at CES.
And while MSI is far from the only PC maker to put those cards in new laptops, they are the first to put it in a 17 inch thin and light laptop, the MSI GS75 Stealth.
So the first thing you'll notice is that despite it being 17 inch, it looks more like a 15 inch laptop.
And that is because they eliminated most of the bezel around the screen on all four sides Allowing them to fit a 17-inch screen into the space of approximately a 15-inch laptop.
On top if it being overall smaller, it's also very thin and they were able to squeeze in the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 280 with Max-Q.
While that card isn't as powerful as the full 280, we didn't notice any slow downs in the brief time we spent playing games with the laptop here at the show.
Since this is it's flagship thin and light gaming laptop, it has all the bells and all the whistles you'd expect.
It has a 144 hertz IPS level gaming panel, it has per key RGB lighting.
It has a really nice touchpad, the largest they say on a 17-inch laptop with this design.
You also find killer double shot pro wireless, killer gigabit ethernet, Plenty of ports to go around, it really is a complete laptop and it's so portable because it is so thin and light.
MSI filled all its new laptops with the new video hardware and you can take your pick across an entire lineup of options.
I'm Josh Goldman with CNET, here at CES 2019.
Thanks for watching.
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