Excerpt: The MSI GE60 2PE has a gorgeous screen with good contrast ratios. Complementing the display is the excellent keyboard built by SteelSeries and falls just short of a mechanical keyboard. The keyboard features fully customizable RGB backlighting.
Summary: With the continuous wave of MSI gaming products on the rise, we are given a peek into the gaming future with the GE60 2PE gaming laptop that comes with all the latest features and newest applications for the gamers of today.
Summary: A Motley of Colors. Once again, we find an MSI GE60 gaming notebook on our table with advanced hardware and an interesting design. A faster i7 processor and backlit keyboard make the laptop quite attractive at first glance, but can it deliver what it promises?
Pros: Light case, Sufficient gaming power, Display has strong contrast, Backlit keyboard, Matte FHD panel, The performance paired with the low weight.
Cons: A lot of bloatware, No SSD, Display cover is susceptible to pressure, Low battery life, Poor touchpad, An SSD would boost the system performance significantly. There is too much bloatware on the hard disk.
Conclusion: Still, we applaud MSI for identifying those qualities we most desire in a gaming notebook—crisp visuals, full-bodied sound, and top-notch (or very nearly top-notch) gaming performance—and focusing on getting those right.
Pros: Affordable, Thin and light design, Good keyboard, Lovely 1080p display, Full-bodied sound, Solid gaming performance
Summary: Colorful Mix. The MSI gaming collection is dominated by 17-inch models and includes a handful of 14 and 15-inch models to round off the offering. The new GE60H-i765M2811B is a member of the latter and offers an interesting design and high-class hardware. How does it fare in our in-depth tests?
Pros: Anti-glare FHD display, Comfortable maintenance, Backlit keyboard, Graphics switching, Good sound, Primarily matte, Blu-ray drive, Good performance, SSD RAID, The high performance paired with the user-friendly maintenance possibilities.
Cons: CPU throttling in extreme conditions, Keyboard requires getting used to, High temperature at load, Poor touchpad mechnanism, Sensitive display cover, Weak battery, Bloatware, A better cooling system, which keeps the temperatures and noise emissions lower. A stronger battery would not hurt.
Conclusion: After testing and using the MSI GE60 for several weeks, I've come away reasonably impressed with what's being offered. It's not the fastest or flashiest laptop around, and it's not the cheapest either, but it gets most of the important areas right when it comes to building a good gaming notebook.
Excerpt: This is my review for the MSI GE60 0NC or commonly known as GE60K in South East Asian countries. This took a little bit more time than expected due to some aspects I would like to specifically cover. So lets get the review started.
Summary: Still, the fact that this notebook can keep up with the Alienware 14 in a lighter, slimmer body and larger display -- for hundreds of dollars less -- is a tough fact to ignore. Overall, the GE60 is a pretty good deal for gamers. Just don't forget your external mouse.
Conclusion: Still, it's hard to spend $1,249 only to be told you'll need to learn to live with dialed-down resolution and detail settings in your favorite games. The GE60 is a capable system that will save you a good deal of money, but if gaming performance is more important to you than productivity benchmarks,...
Pros: Core i7 processor, Powerful audio, Good battery life
Cons: So-so graphics performance, No keyboard backlighting, No Blu-ray drive