Summary: This laptop is extremely NICEEEE, and a significant upgrade to what I was using. The thinness will leave you wondering how they managed such powerful and efficient hardware inside. I have had no issues thus far, but unfortunately I must head a warning that the mousepad is almost terrible enough where you can't even use; and definitely bad enough where you don't want to use it. If you buy this laptop I strongly recommend an external mouse.
Summary: PROS: -Enough power for every game -Fast, quad-core processor -Slick SSD-based RAID array -Slimmer and lighter than the competition -Excellent 1080p screen CONS: -Poor thermal performance -Loud internal fans -Disappointing battery life -Lack of real internal access About battery life, this one does much better: http://bit.ly/1xP2nd3
Summary: This is an excellent laptop though the display is frustrating for several reasons. First, it's a PENTILE display! A 4k LCD display with RGBW subpixels. This is obviously to keep the display brightness up, but I can see the subpixel arrangement especially in vertical lines. From further back, most things look good, not text so much in but pictures, games, etc. I don't notice the subpixels much. And the display could be brighter. The computer is great.
then i gave a try and found this model perfect except the keyboard
2 January 2015
Summary: bought first one from newegg, ended up returning because the well-known intel ac 7260 wireless adapter problem, i was unable to fix it. then i searched online, found out that ghost pro equipped with killer n1525. then i gave a try and found this model perfect except the keyboard. the space bar makes annoying noise whenever i press it. I will still give msi gs pro 60 a last shot, and hope i can keep the third one i bought for a long time. MSI, please mind your QC.
Price is on point, but poor heating issues and service carry the day
Scott C., Amazon
13 November 2014
Summary: I bought this thing as a desktop replacement that can also handle my gaming needs. Its hardware is quite good for its price point (or at least it was at the time of purchase). However, the machine has pretty serious heat flow issues. If you plan on pushing the rig to its maximum capacity, be aware that you can quite easily damage the machine for what you might constitute as "normal use". This happened to me. Heat issues fried the wireless card.