Computers are very good. But I am very confused and very unhappy ...
Jessica Chen, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Computers are very good. But I am very confused and very unhappy is why the new computer's warranty sticker is broken. But when I got a computer, it was in good condition. Let me feel my new computer is a second-hand goods, and lost the right to guarantee.If the 256GB SSD version is not the official...
Summary: Disappointed. On paper this is a great gaming laptop with consistently good reviews. I'm not sure if I got a "lemon"... Pros: Graphics are fantastic. Sound is great. I love the customizable backlit keyboard. Cons: Overheating, overheating, overheating.
Summary: Right when received this computer the metal feel was really nice and the keyboard extremely comfortable and quiet. The problem was with the screen and the touchpad. Since minute one the screen started colors to a darker tone then turning back to the expected tones, and the screen started blinking...
Summary: It isn't advertzed as so, but its 32 bit. Also, the webcam isn't picked up by Amy program on the laptop (such as Skype), even after updating drivers. Its as if they installed a camera for show. Quite slow to load things.
Summary: It didn't come with a serial number, so there is no way to register the PC with MSI for any service or support. you are dead in the water on your own. I updated from windows 8 to 8.1, and now the video card doesn't work and the thing is sluggish
Great at First, but then Overwhelmingly Disappointing as the Days Went By (One Month Update)
3 April 2014
Summary: ONE MONTH UPDATE (MAY 12, 2014--SCROLL DOWN FOR OLD REVIEW) I ordered this product over a month ago, and I decided to return the laptop. I really enjoyed it at first. I loved the aesthetics of the laptop, the feel of the keyboard, the beautiful display, and the great speaker quality.
It's a fast computer but I hope you like the Blue Screen of Death
N Norway, Amazon
18 January 2014
Summary: I bought this a few months ago. Right out of the box it bluescreened but I blamed it on Windows 8. I was going to swap out the hard drive for my SSD and install Windows 7 on it immediately so I didn't think much of it. Stupidly, doing so voided my warranty and didn't fix the blue screen issue.