CONTRIBUTED REVIEW The gaming notebooks of yesteryear were thick, noisy, heavy, expensive breadbaskets that were only technically regarded as portable. The good news is that the modern equivalent is a whole different beast. It’s typified by MSI’s GE75 Raider which offers top-end, gaming-friendly components in a 17-inch chassis that, at less-than 3cm thickness, most certainly can be regarded as a portable PC.
SPONSORED REVIEW MSI’s GS75 Stealth laptop is a special beast, and MSI knows it. Eschewing the familiar black and red livery for diamond-cut, gold edging, dragon logo and hinge details, the GS75 looks simultaneously luxurious and sophisticated.
CONTRIBUTED REVIEW In the universe of MSI laptops, the ‘Gaming Legend’ GL65 Leopard series is one of the most attractive to those who desire uncompromising gaming (and media creation) performance while on the move. It’s a 15.6-inch notebook but squeezed into a body you’d associate with a 14-inch unit; measuring just 357 x 248 x 28mm and weighing only 2.3KG.
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